The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn Essay | Is Huck Finn Civilized?

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Is Huck Finn Civilized?

Summary: An analysis of what makes the character of Huck Finn different from the rest of society.
Imagine yourself going to history class. Once you walk in the classroom you see the TV out; you'll be watching yet another movie. You cannot go to sleep because the teacher will take away participation points and you don't take notes because the movie really doesn't have any relevance as to what you're learning in class. So you sit there for 55 minutes until the bell rings. As you walk out of class, you realize that you have no recollection of what you watched in the video. Even though you were in class physically, mentally, your mind was elsewhere. In The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, Mark Twain creates a similar scenario with the main character, Huck Finn. He, like the student in history class, is stuck in a place where everything that is happening has no relevance to his life. Although physically, Huck is living in a...

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