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In the Adventures of Huckleberry Finn by Mark Twain Huck is a character that lives pre civil war in a time where slavery and society are two main issues In the beginning of the novel Huck rebels against being civilized by Miss Watson and the Widow Douglas as well as the abuse from his father by running away to the river On Hucks adventure toward freedom with Jim the run away slave Huck actually becomes more mature and civilized while living on the river Hucks life on the river seems to change his moral views of Jim as not a slave but a person and companion on their journey When the novel first takes place you can see how societys views of black people have influenced Huck We first see this when Huck and Tom sneak out of the house and play a trick on Jim by taking his hat while hes asleep and putting it in a tree branch over his head Huck constantly plays pranks on Jim throughout their journey It shows that Hucks view of Jim is more like something to joke around with and not something to respect due to his skin color When Huck and Jim find each other on Jackson Island it seems as if its a dream like setting Huck who had broke away from the pressure of society and Jim who is also longing to be free and be able to have a say have both come together in search for freedom Both of them are viewing their freedom differently though Jim aspires to be with his family and have the freedom of a normal person Hucks freedom is all about personal freedom to escape the rules do what he wants and live an adventure The river is Hucks world for an adventure His whole run away plan is like this world where he can do what he wants and not worry about anything The one
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