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Societal Mores During the Time of Huckeberry Finn

Summary: Discusses the standards of the society in The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, by American author Mark Twain. Also provides a plot summary and explores how the societal restraints during that time may have affected Huck.
The standards of living in a restrictive, inflexible, and illiberal society have not relatively been varying. The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, by Mark Twain, verifies this statement. The main character, Huck Finn, inhabits a community that stresses the standards onto the children. The standards, which were inflicted on Huck Finn, affected him in various aspects; however, Huck Finn responds with rash but shrewd decisions. In any society, there are standards, yet it is the reactions to those standards that mold and shape the very people that live among that society.

Life in St Petersburg during the early eighteen hundreds, was uncanny. The cozy little town of St Petersburg had a multitude of standards, which were to be followed at all times, by everyone. The basics of these standards were, for the children to be civilized, educated, and religion oriented. For example, "The...

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