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In the readings of The Adventures Of Huckleberry Finn and The Adventures Of Tom Sawyer both written by Samuel Langhorne Clemens aka Mark Twain something interesting was found that a lot of readers did not see at first but after a while its clear These two works of literature are interesting because each of them hold a unique character that actually makes the story itself better In The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn Jim seems to share something with Injun Joe in The Adventures of Tom Sawyer They share many similarities and as a reader reads deeper into the book and thinks critically about each of their situations he can notice them and almost instantly see the connections The one and very important thing that everyone must know about these two individual persons is that none of them are white This plays a very important role because first of all during these times of writing the main focus was usually on a white character and yes it is true in this book but Injun Joe and Jim are probably seen as the main focus in readers eyes All sounds weird at first but will become clearer Even though Injun plays a small part in The Adventures of Tom Sawyer he does play rather an important role First of all he is referred to as simply Injun meaning outcast Joe is described throughout the whole story as an evil hateful person with no respect On example of this mishap is when Joe plan to kill Widow Douglas because he thinks that this is the best to get his revenge her husbands actions The word Injun really affects Joe by the fact that he seems to be proud to carry out this title An example of this is when he is about to kill Dr Robinson he says That Injun blood isnt in me for anything As one can see he accepts the fact that he
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