The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn Essay | Life Lessons in Huckleberry Finn

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Life Lessons in Huckleberry Finn

Summary: Reviews the Mark Twain classic novel, The Adventures of Huckleberry Fin. Describes how Huck Finn serves sd a fine example of a not so ordinary kid, who learns normal life lessons. Dealing with family, friends, and determining between right and wrong are all life lessons Huck learns in the text.
What is a life without life lessons? Huck Finn serves to be a fine example of a not so ordinary kid, who learns normal life lessons. Dealing with family, friends, and determining between right and wrong are all life lessons people learn today and use in everyday life. They all learn these lessons whether in childhood or as an adult.

Huck struggles between right and wrong, just like any child would. The main struggle in this novel is when Huck cannot decide whether or not to turn runaway slave Jim in. In the beginning of the novel Huck's views on blacks is negative. Throughout the story he becomes very good friends with a runaway slave named Jim. When Huck ran away, he met Jim, and as they traveled together down the river their friendship became strong. With the relationship in its prime, there is a...

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