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The Adventures of Huckleberry “Written Analysis”.
In The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn is a novel which the main contents and themes relate mostly about racism, conflicts of society versus what one truly believes, and the dysfunction in family. Huck takes place in the 1880’s when slavery and the thought that all blacks are worthless and stupid stood strong. As time went on from the 1880’s racism shrunk and shrunk, but with all the terror groups and horrible attacks it was surely becoming an issue again
Throughout Huckleberry Finn, Huck faces several conflicts of society versus what one truly believes. Dysfunctional families have been around forever, even though back in the 1880’s only the happy families were portrayed dysfunctional ones. Huck had a very dysfunctional family life in this case. Huck’s father was a drunken man that left him alone when he was younger. When Huck is left by his drunken father he is taken in by Miss Watson. She was a caring and loving lady, but she expected Huck to be the perfect child. Dysfunctional family lives form the child, and therefore Huck was into doing any wrong he could get his hands on. Later on, Huck’s dad heard he had money; he comes and kidnaps Huck from Miss Watson’s house, beats him brutally and locks him in a room. Huck lives his childhood with no really parental guardian or advisor and this starts to get to him. Huck is taught by his father and Miss Watson to hate blacks and to never befriend one. He runs away from being beaten with his father and that is where he meets a boy named Jim who was Miss Watson’s runaway slave.
As the novel goes on, Huck starts seeing a person in Jim and not just a thing that serves you. At one point on the island, Jim and Huck get separated by fog for several hours, when they... [continues]
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