黄贤霖Huckleberry and Jem were good when they first met the King and the Duke. Personally, I think it's a five-star reading. The writing is humorous and the plot is precipitous. Really master style, it's really hard to see this kind of classic. No wonder Hemingway, Maugham or whoever admired him so much. Later, the protagonist cheated with the king and duke, and then exposed the fraud. It was written in a running account and plain. I couldn't read it at once. I saw that the thirty-six chapters completely put the book back. Here's a quick note of the plot: "Robbing" with his friends, being locked up by his father and running away to an island, meeting Jem the nigger, meeting the murder in the broken boat, meeting the Burke family, meeting the king and duke, cheating with them, exposing the fraud, and killing Jem. I laughed to death when the king said he was Louis XVII. "At least I learned how to deal with such people. The best way is to let them toss as much as they like.".