In 1884, The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, by Samuel Clemens, was first published in England. Though many vital themes or lessons can come from this book, but the idea that one person has strong loyalty to a cause or another person is very important. The protagonist, Huck Finn, has important friendships and strong morals, which portray this theme perfectly. He must still struggle with some of the preconceptions about blacks that society has ingrained in him. Clemens overuse of the word “nigger” has caused many unfavorable criticisms. However, due to its historical accuracy, entertainment value, and educational content, The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn should be a required reading for all high school students.
Huck is the son of the town drunkard, a man who goes away for long stretches and beats his son when hes home. Huck cares for himself most of the time, though hes living with a charitable woman when the novel begins. He has had some
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