The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn Essay | Explain Huck's character

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Explain Huck's character

Summary: The character of Huck in "Huck Finn."
Explain Huck's character

Huck is an innocent child that doesn't know much of the world right now. His father's abusive treatment makes poor Huck fake his own death. When he does he goes to a deserted island where it turns out to not be deserted after all now that he bumped into Jim, the runaway slave. Huck and Jim are inseparable; they are like brothers. However, Jim is a slave and Huck is a white boy. You never saw a white folk talking to a black folk in a brotherly way. While there, Huck promises Jim to help him and not turn him in. The chances of a white man helping a black man were like one in a billion.

Huck's promise to help Jim tells us that he is a benevolent white boy. His innocence brings a true compassionate sense of care towards Jim. Huck knows...

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