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Twain Finn Breaking the Language Barrier Mark Twains use of language and dialect in the book Adventures of Huckleberry Finn helped him to bring about the overall feel that he conveyed throughout the book allowing him to show Huck Finns attitudes and beliefs concerning the nature of education slavery and family values When the story begins Huck is seen as a young boy who is not very educated nor wishes to be He does not seem to care very much for the attention that is given to him by the Widow Douglas who had taken him in for her son and her sister Miss Watson Hucks moral values were not only the product of his ignorance but there is relation seen between Hucks attitude and the attitude of his father when Huck is confronted by him Hucks father is disgusted at the way that Huck seems to be becoming more and more civilized He states they say you can read and write You think youre bettern your father now dont you because he cant Perhaps this statement shows disgust in Huck through not following the moral values of his father or perhaps this is just merely jealousy on his fathers part Hucks father warns Huck about going to school any more yet Huck goes anyway showing great willpower in the character of Huck in that he was gaining an education that he never really wanted in the first place but soon came to realize that it was something actually useful and in the fact that he was disobeying his fathers orders Hucks feelings about slavery are shown when he helps Jim Miss Watsons slave to escape Hucks constant statement that Jim talks like he is white inside shows that Huck was unique amongst the society in which he lived in the fact that he saw beneath the color of a persons skin and saw
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