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A Sympathetic Huckleberry Finn

Summary: This essay is about Huck Finn's characteristics and how he's a sympathetic person.
Huckleberry Finn definitely is written to be a sympathetic character. He grows as a person throughout the book but yet has trouble identifying himself. He is beat by his alcoholic father, lives and runs away from the Widow Douglass, and presents lack of family and trust. Since the very beginning of the book, Huck is constantly trying to find his way through society. He runs away and tries to define himself for who he is and not for what his society wants him to be, in which case he later is able to prove himself when he does succeed in running away. However his flee also introduces other sympathetic characteristics. Huck is only a child and easily influenced, has never really had any education. Huck has also struggled with his actions by thinking that it is immoral. He is in constant struggle with himself and the...

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