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The Role of Money in "Huckleberry Finn"

Summary: The role that money and greed play in Mark Twain's "Huckleberry Finn."
Money is at the heart of many plots in Huckleberry Finn. It plays a very important role in the actions of numerous characters, and is often used to highlight the difference between the rich and the poor. Money can even be considered a theme of the novel, as it inspires greed, generosity, and symbolizes disparity in society. Almost every one of the main characters are affected by money in some way. It is often at the very root of their actions, for better or for worse.

Most of the characters that find themselves in a position where money plays a role in their choices are greedy. Main characters such as Pap, The Duke, and The King are prime of examples of the phrase; "the love of money is the root of all evil." Even minor characters that appear for a mere chapter make...

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