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When you first open the book of The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn youll notice a notice and an explanatory written by the one and only Mark Twain himself The explanatory explains how Mark Twain uses language and dialect to differentiate between certain characters I make this explanation for the reason that without it many readers would suppose that all these characters were trying to talk alike and not succeeding The notice basically says that for anyone who attempts to find a meaning moral plot and or motive will be shot So shoot Mr Brovsky his first hour class and myself Its surprising to see that this book went by so quickly for me The more I enjoy a book the faster it goes by for me Now back to finding a plot What I liked especially about this book was its linear time line There wasnt that much jumping around in time Everything came after everything else The book is divided into three basic sections Life before the river life on the river and life after the river The river has its crooks and bends and the plot following them The river as a symbol in the book is great Lifes ups and lifes down are well represented in the river The point of view of this book was also one of the very best aspects of this book Huck Finn was written in the first person point of view with Huckleberry Finn telling the story Even in the beginning Huckleberry reminds the reader of what happens at the end of The Adventures of Tom Sawyer You dont know about me without you have read a book by the name of The Adventures of Tom Sawyer but that aint no matter page 3 Huckleberry exclaims himself Mark Twain writes with such flavor and detail that you feel like youre right there with Huck While Huckleberry is in the cabin at night and his dad is
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