May 16, 2013
The True Adventures of Huckleberry Finn
There was a period in time where Slavery, Discrimination, segregation and racism took place in our world. That certain time period was the 1800’s; during this time there was a plethora amount of hatred towards African Americans due to the color of their skin. African Americans were known as slaves in many parts of the world, The author of the novel The True Adventures Of Huckleberry Finn was very passionate when it came down to allowing African Americans to be free as well as annihilating racism and all the strong accumulations surrounding it. Mark twain believed in justice he believed that he wasn’t of the society because society believed in many atrocious accounts of going against African Americans so he believed he would stand up for what’s right. The lessons that radiated from this novel is that society is highly corrupted, that you shouldn’t discriminate against an African American just because of their race and the color of their skin, as well as the strong stereotypes of African Americans are substantially wrong. In the novel The True Adventures of Huckleberry Finn the author Mark Twain uses satirical accumulations and irony to state his opposition against society and what it’s come about as well as discrimination against African Americans. This is the prime reason as to why Mark twain uses satire, he uses satire in order to demonstrate his urge or drive in exposing our corrupt society: going from discrimination against African Americans, explaining how the parents of today are as well as showing who the human race is as a whole. Mark twain uses his writing to simply degrade the people of today using his writing using satire and irony. Doing this, this opens up a whole new slate of showing the reader who mark twain is and how he uses his writing to voice out his opinions of the world and the people in it. Mark Twain is a very clever writer He...
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