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Essay | Moral Choices in Huckleberry Finn

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Moral Choices in Huckleberry Finn

Summary: Analyzes the Mark Twain novel, Huckleberry Finn. Tells how Huck is faced with different moral choices throughout the story. Also discusses moral choices made by some of the other characters in the book.
In Huckleberry Finn by Mark Twain, Huck has to make several moral choices. These moral choices help shape the person he develops into throughout the book. Three of these moral choices he faces start after Huck escapes from Pap, he has the choice of going back to the widow's house or running away. Another choice faced takes place when he has the chance to turn Jim in to the slave hunters, and does not. Huck makes another moral choice when he tells Mary Jane about the Duke (daulphin) and the King trying to steal their money.

Huck's father Pap returns to take Huck back with him. Pap tries to get Huck's $6000 dollars away from Judge Thatcher and gets custody from the Widow Douglas. Pap comes home and drinks heavily until drunk. After Pap beats Huck, Huck decides to leave. Huck sets up the cabin to...

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This section contains 816 words
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