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Themes in Huckelberry Finn

Summary: This essay analyzes the themes of the book "Huckleberry Finn" by Mark Twain. They include cruelty, slavery, hypocricy, and pride.
In the book Adventures of Huck Finn, the author Mark Twain has four main themes that appear throughout the book. These themes are slavery, hypocrisy, pride and cruelty. All these are human traits that Mark Twain hated. Now, here are some examples of these themes in the book.

The first theme is slavery. As this book shows, slavery was very common and not considered cruel by anyone in the South. Some families even had a "slave nigger" for everyone in the house, including the children. It seems like the slaves just accepted the fact that they were slaves and there was no way out of it. However, there were a few who tried to escape, including Jim, who escaped from Huck's home because he was going to be sold down south. Jim and Huck meet on an island not too far down the river from their...

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