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Essay | The Changes of Huck Finn in "The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn"

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The Changes of Huck Finn in "The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn"

Summary: Essay describes the changes that occur in the character Huck Finn throughout the book "The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn" by Mark Twain.
During the novel Huck's character goes through many changes. He changes many times while with the Widow Douglas and Miss Watson. He also changes while he is with Pap in the cabin, and while he is with Jim running away to freedom. Huck I think changes the most while he is at the

town where Peter Wilk's funeral is Another time he changes is when he is at the Phelp's farm and Tom has came back as one of the main characters.

Huck changes while he is with the Widow Douglas and Miss Watson because before the book started they tell us that Huck was uncivilized and did as he pleased when he pleased. While being with the Widow Douglas and Miss Watson Huck becomes civilized and well mannered. He was forced to eat and regular times instead of...

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