English Per 4
Honors English Summer Assignment
1) Traits: uneducated, young, and individualistic Throughout the book, it is hinted and notified that Huck Finn is the narrator. As the reader continues to read, he or she realizes the amount of slang and many misspelled words. The Book is written through Huck's perspective. Because Huck has many misspelled words, slang and, grammatical errors, I can conclude that he is uneducated in literature. When Reading the book, it is obvious to the readers that Huck is a very young; and has a very boyish nature. In the beginning of the book, Huck explains his childish memories and experiences, further showing his young and boyish nature. This is an important trait because this ultimately builds up excitement and climax of the story. After carefully reading the book, readers are able to see the individualistic characteristics portrayed by Huck. This can be seen on the part of him and his father, and how he long to break away from his father's grasp. This is an important characteristic because of this trait; Huck is able to mentally mature as a sorry continues. This also helps build the climax of the story.
2) Traits: loyal, mature, and observant Throughout the book, Jim is displayed as a character of loyalty. No matter what the situation, or how hard it may be Jim remains loyal to his friends. Specifically in time such as the boat and the robbers, Jim shows loyalty when helping and not leaving Huck. Every time Huck was in trouble, Jim was always there to help. This characteristic is portrayed throughout the book. When someone is mature, they display characteristics calmness and common sense. Throughout the book, Jim's very mature characteristic helps him and Huck to make the right decisions for example, when they are on Jackson's Island, Jim is very observant and sees the frightened birds. After seeing how nervous and frightened birds are where Jim is able to use his common sense