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Essay | Morality Learned through Experience in "The Adventures of Huck Finn"

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Morality Learned through Experience in "The Adventures of Huck Finn"

Summary: The theme that morality must be learned through one's own experiences not taught by another in Mark Twain's classic novel, "The Adventures of Huckelberry Finn."

Between school, and our lives at home, we all have been shown and taught the proper values that one must have in order to succeed in life. Mark Twain however provides an interesting twist on the morals that we all may think that we have. The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn provides a clear example of how morality can not be taught but only truly learned through actual experience. The places and people that Huck encountered along his journey down the river were all able to teach him something new, or give him a new insight about life, and the different effects that different values have on people. Throughout the novel Huck was able to develop a sense of morality that he could never have gained through his teacher, or the norm of society's example.

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