The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn Essay | Reality Factor in "Huck Finn"

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Reality Factor in "Huck Finn"

Summary: Essay discusses the reality factor in "The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn" by Mark Twain.
The Widow Douglas is trying to civilize Huck but he just wants to be back in his old rags and smoke his pipe. I do not blame him for wanting to be back like his old homeless self but at the same time I hope that he will come to his senses and stay because he needs to have a home and become a little bit more civilized. He also has a good thing going having all of that money that he will get sooner than never, and if he stays with the widow he will continue to get a dollar a day.

Tom gets this idea that they should start a gang and ransom people, he said that in a book that he read the talked about ransoming, killing and even taking the women back to their lair/cave and keeping them until they...

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