I always used the University of California edition, "the authoritative
text" in the Mark Twain Library collection. Great notes, glossary,
maps, and references, but best of all, all the original illustrations.
I also loved to support the Mark Twain Papers and the UC Press. It's
still listed as in print.
Harold Bush wrote:
> just out of curiosity -- which edition of Huck Finn do teachers on here
> prefer to use in the classroom?
> I used to use the old Bedford critical edition edited by G. Graff but I see
> it is now evidently out of print. It may be that the Penguin classics
> edition (Seelye) is also either out of print or about to be replaced.