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The novel of Mark Twains The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn is about a young boy Huck coming of age It is a story of Hucks struggle to win freedom for himself and Jim a runway slave The many adventures that Huck goes on become a learning process to maturity by learning to be self-sufficient sic sivilize adverse and adventurous Mark Twain examines the influence of adults that Huck experiences during his childhood By Pap teaching him to be self-sufficient the Widow educating him in being sivilize and Jim teaching him about humanity it aids him in his bildungsroman his moral education Huck allows his own logic to realize what is good and bad rather than blindly following his elders teachings At the beginning of the novel Huck shows his skepticism of the values that society imposes when the Widow Douglas attempts to sic sivilize him Huck describes his life with the Widow as regular and decent 1 She dresses him in starchy clothes while sending him to school to learn math and literature When Huck did not like to be sic sivilize anymore he returned back to his old ways Huck says when I couldnt stand it no longer I lit out I got into my old ragsand was free and satisfied 1 When he is unable to take the restrictions of life any longer he simply releases himself and goes back to what he feels is right and what makes him happy Huck returns back to the Widow after Tom convinces him to come back When Miss Watson the Widows sister tells Huck about the bad place hell he says I wished I was there 2 He said this because he wanted a change from the sic sivilize world Huck distrusts the morals and precepts of the society that labels him an outcast Hucks life with his Pap is far from sic sivilize Pap is the town drunk
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