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Essay | Huck Finn

This student essay consists of approximately 3 pages of analysis of Huck Finn.
This section contains 823 words
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Huck Finn

Summary: The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn -- Huck trying to understand Jim and the black culture and how there friendship develops throughout the novel.
In Mark Twain's satirical novel The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, Huck and Jim find themselves on a journey in which they struggle to understand the friendship they possess. Huck, raised in a racist white society, battles to find the difference between Jim, a black slave, and a real man. As the plot of this novel drives on, Huck discovers there is no difference and begins to better understand the thoughts and feelings of both races during this Pre-Civil War era. Huck suffers from delusion throughout the novel while the friend he needs most is the victim of a racist stereotype. Jim waits for Huck to transcend the stereotype and develop a deeper understanding of the black race.

Jim progresses from an ignored slave to a respected man in Huck's perspective because of his actions. For instance, Huck did not really admire or care about Jim much when he...

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