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Beloved - Huck Finn comparison

Summary: Mark Twain himself was strongly against slavery; Huckleberry Finn can in many ways be seen as a symbol for why slavery is wrong.
Slavery is a very significant theme that has been frequently debated ever since the book Huckleberry Finn presented itself into many schools. Fortunately, Deerfield High School has the pleasure to read this book that has been banned in so many other learning facilities. Mark Twain himself was strongly against slavery; Huckleberry Finn can in many ways be seen as a symbol for why slavery is wrong.

In another book we have read this past semester, Beloved, we have learned the true, harsh reality of slavery and the people that came victim to it. There are some parts in this novel where you think they can't even be described in words, but they were. From immobilizing people to speak by using cruel and unusual devices like the "bit", to seeing black slaves as part human and part animal, there is nothing worse. In chapter 19, Schoolteacher teaches...

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