The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn Essay | Huck Finn: A Literary Classic or Not?

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Huck Finn: A Literary Classic or Not?

Summary: Is the novel The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn worthy of the title literary classic? Since the time of its publication to present time, this novel has proven to be a controversial topic among critics.
What makes a true American Literary Classic?

Is the novel The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn worthy of the title literary classic? Since the time of its publication to present time, this novel has proven to be a controversial topic among critics. Mark Twain's satirical style, plebian vernacular, and analysis of human characteristics create a deluge of both criticism and praise towards Huck Finn. Regardless of the criticism the novel received, it did prove to be historically accurate in accordance with both slavery and human culture of the time but did not seem to represent the standards of an American classic. The novel Huck Finn, though it represented the raw truth about American culture and history, should not be considered a classic due to its theme, lack of a plot, and true American adventure.

The novel Huck Finn is a great representation of 19th...

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