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Huck Finn and the Analysis of American Character

Summary: Essay provides an analysis of "The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn" by Mark Twain.
In Mark Twain's The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, Huck's opinion of slavery changes from unquestioning acceptance of Miss Watson's opinion that slaves are inferior to independent revelation through personal experiences with Jim that slaves are human also. Miss Watson and Widow Douglas enforced their own preconceptions that slaves are only things to be sold and bought for money. But after Jim's speech in the excerpt, Huck realizes that Jim was not a burden to him, but a human being that had feelings and cared deeply for him. Jim's speech stimulates this change in Huck's character and helps it occur. Jim also changes subtly because he stops being so superstitious and matures. The separation in the fog reveals a pivotal point where Huck begins to respect Jim by not playing tricks on him, Jim becomes an independent person rather than a dependent slave...

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