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Huck Finn and Disguise as a Theme

Summary: Essay shows how Mark Twain uses the aspect of disguise as a theme in his novel "The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn."
In the novel Huck Finn, Mark Twain uses disguise as a theme in the novel. Some characters have to wear disguises for protection; others wear disguises as a way of life. Some of the characters cannot wear disguises because it would be too dangerous to do so or they don't wear disguises because their situation is known public.

Disguise is seen throughout the novel as a theme. It can be seen as a theme because the reader can learn a lesson about wearing disguises. Disguises can be either a good or a bad thing. They can help someone by masking your identity from the common people, like Huck, or it can get someone into trouble by putting yourself out to be more than what you are, like the Duke and the King. Sometimes characters don't wear any disguises and without knowing they put...

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