The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn Essay | Student Essay

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Huck Finn: Character Growth and Development

Summary: Huck Finn is a very complex character in "The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn." He grows as a character through many different experiences and symbols throughout the novel.
Arguably, the greatest and most influential writer in American History, Samuel Langhorne Clemens, writing under the pseudonym Mark Twain, published many works and gained fame in the nineteenth century. Using the middle-class values of the time, Twain became popular for his wit and humor. By satirizing society and using real characters and dialect, he created the new style of American writing. In one of his most famous works, Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, Twain ridicules society and its customs through the main character, Huck Finn. Huck, a boy of about thirteen, escapes from his abusive father and partakes on a journey down the Mississippi. Meeting with a run away slave, Jim, Huck gains a companion for his journey, during which he grows as a character.

The son of the town drunk, Huck lived a poor life in as a low class resident of the south...

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