The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn Essay | If Society Were Like Huck Finn

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If Society Were Like Huck Finn

Summary: Essay discusses what life would be like if society were like it is in Mark Twain's "The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn."
Throughout The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, Mark Twain shows a prejudiced society and uses Huck to show the evils of it. This is shown, because Huck is a loyal person who sticks by his friends. He is compassionate and sympathizes with people who deserve it, for he can see through people right away. Although Huck displays some virtues, he causes harm and chaos. The world would not be a better place if more people thought like Huck.

Huck continually does things meaning well, but ends up causing harm or trouble. When Huck hears Jim was sold, he wants to free Jim. Huck . He writes a note to Aunt Sally to try to get her to free Jim: "Beware. Trouble is brewing. Keep a sharp lookout. UNKNOWN FRIEND", the effects of this are horrible: "... they couldn't a' been more scared if the place had `a'...

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