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We as Americans have trouble with our identity We go through life trying to find who we are Now not all of us but it would be correct to say a lot of Americans are lost Not lost like they cant find their home but mentally lost Many people are trying to find their true self and identity Adventures of Huckleberry Finn by Mark Twain is a great book about just this Many Americans can relate to this book because we often find ourselves going through the same struggles as Huck Finn Huck Finn is a boy who doesnt know what to do or what he wants Its safe to say that Huck is easily influenced by his surroundings He doesnt have a mind of his own Huck is a young lost boy taking a journey through life As the novel proceeds Huck matures as a person However the ending of the novel ignores this fact The novel seems as if it starts all over again In the beginning of the novel Huck follows what ever his friend Tom Sayer does Tom Sayer is a very playful boy whom lives out his life in a fantasyland Huck being a follower picks up on this lifestyle Later when Huck leaves with his dad life becomes more real to him He no longer can play cops and robbers anymore He now has to deal with his dad abusing him and how hes going to get out of this situation When he finally runs away from that abuse he runs into Jim who needs help running away The two pair up and decide to go on with life Although Huck left his dad he still didnt have a mind of his own and still referred back to what his dad the Widow and what Tom would say Pap always said it warnt no harm to borrow things if you was meaning to pay them back sometime While Huck
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