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Essay | The Ineffective Ending ot "The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn"

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The Ineffective Ending ot "The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn"

Summary: In this author's opinion, Mark Twain's "The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn" has an ineffective ending because the main role of Huck changes dramatically once Tom Sawyer enters the picture. Also, the ending seems too unrealistic, given the events that preceded them.
Mark Twain's The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, although a well-written book, I believe has an ending that is ineffective. As the novel progresses the reader is drawn into the world that Huckleberry lives in, and the journey he is traveling on with Jim. Unfortunately, the entire story starts to change as soon as Tom Sawyer comes into the plot and as the novel continues and eventually ends, everything appears to come full circle. His role in the novel overshadows Huck, who is the main character, and the story concludes with a fairy-tale ending, like a "and they all lived happily together."

First, up till the point where Tom Sawyer emerges, the story is primarily about Huckleberry Finn. He is the main character and does everything his own way. All the plans for the escape are befitting of Huckleberry's character. His schemes...

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