The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn Essay | Limitations and Restrictions of Society in Huck Finn

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Limitations and Restrictions of Society in Huck Finn

Summary: With equality and freedom the life on the raft seemed almost perfect to the both of them. No limitations, no restrictions and no society always watching down your back waiting for you to do wrong. Just to equal friends of two different colors living with the same circumstances and all labels dropped.

Have you ever been bossed around? Been told what you could and couldn't do?

Do you remember how you felt when you were free from the limitations and restrictions

of your parents and/or peers? That's how Jim and Huck felt in the towns, limited and

restricted, but on the raft they were both free to be who they truly are. The limitations and

restrictions were much different on the raft than while in the towns. In town there were

several things as a slave you couldn't do, and several things as a young uncivilized boy

you weren't allowed to do; but on the raft there weren't any rules to follow by. On the

raft Jim and Huck could create a strong friendship that in town was heavily frowned

upon, they both could live equally, and most of all they both could...

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