The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn Essay | Student Essay

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Respectability in Society

Summary: An essay about how Huck acts independently of societies expectations, which is a direct reflection of Twain's values. This is used to conclude that Mark Twain is against slavery.
The author of The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, Mark Twain, used his book as a means of demonstrating the opinions and values that he holds true. In the novel Huck acts independently of society's expectations and follows what his heart tells him too. Huck's actions and thoughts are Twain's main means of conveying his ideas and thoughts. One of the ideas that is often expressed in the novel is Huck's struggle between doing what society has told him, turning in Jim, and doing what he thinks is right, helping Jim obtain his freedom. Huck's ultimate decision is to risk his respectability in society to help his friend Jim. Since Huck's actions are a direct reflection of Twain's opinions, The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn was written as a demonstration against slavery and racism.

Huck struggles numerous times throughout the book with his decision to turn in Jim, or...

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