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A Summary of "Huckleberry Finn"

Summary: A summary of the title character and journey of Huckleberry Finn, the classic novel by Mark Twain.
As children, we all have something to share with the world. The glimmer of hope and brilliance in a child's eye is undeniable. As we grow up, we tend to lose that glimmer and become just another face in the mundane ranks of society. Huckleberry Finn, a novel by Mark Twain, explores the adventures and misadventures of a young teenager finding his way in the world.

When the story begins, the reader is introduced to a gang of pubescent boys, including Huck Finn and the infamous Tom Sawyer. Through the discussions of the boys, we learn about different facets of the characters that, before, were invisible.

Tom Sawyer, when compared to Huck Finn, is much more of a dreamer. This becomes apparent when the group of boys, led by Sawyer, embark on a journey to capture a band of thieves and robbers; a group that...

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