The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn Essay | Huck Finn and Satire

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Huck Finn and Satire

Summary: Essay attempts to explore the satire within "The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn" written by Mark Twain.
Huckleberry Finn by Mark Twain is a prime example of a satirical work which embodies several institutions since past and how human values, or lack thereof stand up. His humorous spins of slavery, white southern society, religion, romanticism and mans own hypocrisy help embody his thoughts through the eyes of Huck, a maltreated boy from the south who takes it upon himself and his companion Jim to go an adventure away from it all.

Slavery which was common in practice in the South at that time was the first institution Twain puts his own commentary into. When Jim risks his own freedom to help Tom, the doctor tells the men how he had helped him, and they initially said they wouldn't say anything negative towards him anymore, but then they locked him back up. At the end of the novel when we all find out that...

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