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The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn and the Scarlett Letter

Summary: In The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, both Jim and Huck runaway from a society that sees them as outcasts. Both, after running away, begin to feel love for each other. A love that later transcends into an unbreakable love. Love is a key topic in this novel. It is expressed by Jim and Huck in unimaginable ways. This topic of love is also shown in Nathaniel Hawthorne's The Scarlet Letter. Even though it is not clear, Pearl loves her mother.
In The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, both Jim and Huck runaway from a society that sees them as outcasts. Even though Huck was adopted by Widow Douglas, Huck was accustomed to his old life, a life without rules, a life given to him by his father. Jim was a slave therefore he was considered less than the "White" people. Both, after running away, begin to feel love for each other. A love that later transcends into an unbreakable love. Love is a key topic in this novel. It is expressed by Jim and Huck in unimaginable ways.

At first, Huck starts out with some respect for Jim which later deepens and Huck ends up caring a great deal about Jim. Later, that consideration molds itself into love after Huck has the chance to experience Jim's grandiose heart. In the middle of...

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