The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn Essay | Huckleberry Finn

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Huckleberry Finn

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Tom Sawyer, another novel written by Mark Twain, was more sought out as an adventure. Where as, Huckleberry Finn --which had a deeper meaning-- focused and poke more onto society to convey messages about the hypocrisy and inequality in the South during times of slavery from focusing on the natures of the religious to the moral rights and wrongs and the differences in the views of the world's societies.


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Tom Sawyer, another novel written by Mark Twain, was more sought out as an adventure. Where as, Huckleberry Finn --which had a deeper meaning-- focused and poke more onto society to convey messages about the hypocrisy and inequality in the South during times of slavery from focusing on the natures of the religious to the moral rights and wrongs and the differences in the views of the world's societies.

Throughout Huckleberry Finn, Mark Twain pokes fun at religion which makes it appear as hypocritical and ironic. For example, when Huck says, "She told me to pray [and] whatever I asked for I would get, [but I didn't get it]. This shows that religion wasn't as simple and easy as Miss Watson made it seem, but rather complex. This also shows the irony in how Huck was deprived of believing in a faith yet he...

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