Question: English & Literature

Give an author, setting, and brief summary of plot. State twain's attitude towards slavery was complex in adventures of huckleberry finn

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Author Mark Twain, Setting the deep south, This is the story of a young boy and his advevtures traveling up and down the Mississippi River. Twain's views on slavery were very complex because slavery itself is a very complex topic. It was hard to know what was the correct way to believe during this time.

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