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Analysis of Huckleberry Finn and Uncle Toms Cabin.

Summary: Compares the literary methods used by Mark TWain in Huckleberry Finn and Harriet Beecher Stowe in Uncle Toms Cabin. Explores differences in language and context. Contrasts Twain's use of humor and Stowe's forced realism.
Language is ideologically inscribed, as a society develops language, events, attitudes and general customs are paramount in determining words required for different meaning. As society today moves further and further into the technological era, we have words like internet, wide screen, slow-mo etc.... These words eventually take on new meaning, are used in different contexts. This is how language moves on and remains in constant flux.

A rather perfect snapshot of this is the ideological inscription in Huckleberry Finn. Whereas in a text like Uncle Toms Cabin, Stowe uses the attitudes towards Black slaves to evoke feelings of disgust in the reader, Twain, by cleverly using a childs point of view manages to grasp the idea of injustice, but the sort of injustice that its alright to notice, and even take for granted.

When Huck talks of not being able to teach...

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