The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn Essay | Student Essay

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Is Huck Really Okay to Read?

Summary: In Response to the Controversy Over Reading Huckleberry Finn in the Classroom, Huck is not a story of racism. It is a story of a boy who faces hard times and learns more about himself and betters from a good friend named Jim. If a classroom cannot get past that, then they surely cannot get past America's History and into a brighter future.
Is Huck REALLY Okay To Read"

Before my class had begun reading the story of "Huckleberry Finn" I knew the most minimum about the story. The only thing I was aware of prior was the idea that many schools had band the teaching of the novel. This meant little to me as I have read Black Like Me, Diary of Anne Frank, and A Child Called It, all books of questionable material that some believe should be left up to the readers digression. We soon learned the reasoning behind the censorship and the opinions on both sides, including "A Teachable Moment", "Huck Finn, Slavery, and Me", and "A Bad Feeling." I was the left to draw my own conclusions. I discovered that Huck Finn is a very education book and should not be discriminated against for its terminology.

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