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Summary: Literary critique on "The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn" by Mark Twain. Examines the characteristics of Jim and Huck throughout the novel, focusing mainly on Huck.
Two very different guys, raised in two very different environments, are stranded in the Mississippi River and only thing they have in common is--they are both on the run. Sounds like the perfect scenario for one of today's reality shows, but this is about the Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, a classic American novel, written by Mark Twain. In search of their freedom, the awkward pair entangles themselves in a very powerful bond of friendship.

The book consists of many different daring adventures, but there is one that made all the difference. When the two separated during the heavy fog and united, Jim tells Huck how he became distraught at the thought of losing Huck. He became so distraught that he "didn k'yer no mo' what become er me en de raf'." Jim, with children of his own, sees himself as a father figure, a guardian, for little...

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