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The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn and Slavery

Summary: Racism is shown through out the book in every day life through many people. This is shown as characters aspects on the changing society and choices made between what is right to a person or what is right to society. As shown by Mark Twain in his novel, many people's outlook on ignorance and moral judgement is what separates the good from the bad.
Racism In Society

The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn is an adventerous novel that outlooks the changing society

of the 1800's and how the handle of slavery is shown. "Mark Twain wrote The Adventures of Huckleberry

Finn two decades after the Emancipation Proclamtion when America was still struggling with aftermath

of slavery" ( SparkNotes). In the novel, there are many aspects the author shows us concerning slavey.

In many situations Huck is forced to make decisions most of which he has learned in the short upbringing

by Window Douglas and Miss.Watson. Miss.Watson and Widow Douglas's teachings and society's

views later play a role on Huck's own feelings towards Jim. This shows many aspects of how racism is

outlooked and how people who are faced with it and against it, how they react.

Huckleberry Finn is a gullible, shrewd, and compassionate character who's relationship...

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