The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn Essay | Huck Finn End of Novel Analysis

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Huck Finn End of Novel Analysis

Summary: This is an analysis of Huck Finn which is written by Mark Twain. It concentrates on major themes, symbolism, and character development.
Huck Finn End of Novel Analysis

Freedom-

While Huck and Jim are on land, they feel trapped and unable to say what is on their mind and what they really feel on land because they are held back by the mores of their society. It is on the river where they can share secrets, state their true opinion, and let go of what they are expected to be, and become who they really are. Whenever Huck and Jim are on land, they must be someone they are not. Their idea of freedom when they are on land is to be able to be who they really are. When they get on the raft the idea of freedom changes for everyone. On the river, they seek to escape from their past. This is true for Huck, Jim, The Duke, and the Dauphin. This is ironic...

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