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Character Analysis of Jim and Huck in "The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn"

Summary: Mark Twain's characters of Jim and Huck in "The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn" simply saw their voyage as a fun, life-changing voyage. Despite this simplicity, complex characters emerge: Huck is portrayed as a rationalist, whose logic can solve problems. Jim, on the other hand, is the opposite: he is extremely superstitious.
Mark Twain wrote The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn with the hope of describing the south to those who had never had the chance to see it. He portrayed it as a relaxed leisurely place where Huck and Jim spent their time floating down the river on rafts and experiencing all kinds of adventures where as nowadays, they'd have other responsibilities. Twain also wrote the book to describe how the two characters went through a journey of self discovery as they rode their raft down the Mississippi. They experienced pain, hardship, and death. They learned to rely on one another as if they were family. But most importantly, they fought their way through an ignorance they`d been raised with; and that is something that hardly anybody of that time can say they did. It is clear that the...

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