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Essay | Comparison of Moses, Odysseus, and Huckleberry Finn

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Comparison of Moses, Odysseus, and Huckleberry Finn

Summary: A comparison of Moses, from the Bible, Odysseus, from "The Odyssey", and Huckleberry Finn, from "The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn."
All three of these greatly important literature figures had similarities as well as differences. Each character had a different thing that inspired them to go through with what they did, but they also had similarities in their actions and beliefs. As all three of these literature figures were clever, they differed in how they showed it. Another similarity between these three characters was that they all went on a journey. On this journey they accomplished what they set out to accomplish. They also all went against the beliefs of the people at that time. Huckleberry Finn was determined to do whatever it took to bring Jim to safety and Moses was determined to give the people the freedom to worship a different God. Also, Huck Finn and Odysseus went on that journey to better themselves and achieve their goal. These characters all went...

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