Re: Huckleberry Finn/ chapters 7-12
Well, read it in a proper friggin book then. (I'm only saying this to Chris, because he's the boss, and he knows me well enough)
Actually, my daughter had a kindle for Christmas and she says she finds it much easier to read, especially in bed. But of course, books having been my livelihood, and still contribute to finances to a large extent.....I couldn't possibly agree.
I found it like, when reading Dickens, the language at first seems archaic and difficult and then suddenly, you get into it and don't need to give it a second thought. A Clockwork Orange was like this too. Anthony Burgess invented his own language for the protagonists.