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Should "The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn" Be Considered Racist?

Summary: Essay provides a discussion regarding the controversy that the novel "The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn" by Mark Twain is racist.
The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn is considered to be a literary classic, in the article "Huck's racist Language vital to book" by Clayton Hardiman he states that without using the word "nigger" there is no doubt that it would have been dishonest. Although the word is used multiple times throughout the book it helps the reader to understand what it was like living in the nineteenth century, on the Mississippi river. The racist term and ideas are needed help the characters overcome their feats. The controversial things surrounding Huck Finn are that the word nigger is overly used, and that the book provokes racism.

Its hard to believe that the word nigger could be used over 200 times in one book, in the article "Huck's racist language vital to book" it is explained that maybe the racist language of the nineteenth century...

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