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The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn

Summary: Discusses The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, by Mark Twain. Explores how the novel depicts life in the south. Compares the novel to the Disney film production.
The initial reception of The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn by Mark Twain, was like anything else; people were for it and people were against it. Some people thoroughly enjoyed, "Mr. Clemens describes things as they really were, in Missouri--and as they still are, to a somewhat modified extend; and this book is as good as a trip through all the regions of which it treats. The author is a good observer, as well as a humorist (Fischer, Victor)." Some critics thought that the book was a good explanation of how life was in the south, and what that part of the country looked like for people who didn't live anywhere near Missouri. Still some had their negative views, "'Huckleberry Finn' has been introduced to the world as it were with the blare of trumpets. It comes also with this warning: `Persons attempting to find a...

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