The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn Essay | Lauriat Lane on The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn

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Lauriat Lane on The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn

Summary: This is a discussion of critic Lauriat Lane’s essay titled Why Huckleberry Finn is a Great World Novel. It explores Lane’s assertion that Mark Twain’s The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn contains all of the elements of a classic, including appeal, adventure, tragedy, and connectivity.
Critical Analysis Essay

Throughout time many novels have fallen under the category of what you would call a great world novel. The aspects of a great world novel can be described as appeal, adventure, tragedy, and connectivity. In "Why `Huckleberry Finn' is a Great World novel," Critic Lauriat Lane examines how The Adventures Huckleberry Finn contains all of the components to put it down in history as one of the greatest novels of all time.

Lane opens by explaining to the reader about the difficulty to describe the meaning of not just Huckleberry Finn but any novel. He continues by explaining that, "its relative newness...and its varied and complex nature combine to make it,"(441) hard to explain what a novel is really about. He later recognizes that, "each time we read Huckleberry Finn we read a certain book...No one of...

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