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Pap Finn is the antagonist in the novel Adventures of Huckleberry Finn by Mark Twain Pap appearance is around 50 years old and he looked like a beggar He has tangled hair long black whiskers and a pale white face Pap has no love or compassion for his son Huck Finn The only person that he cares for is himself Everyone in town scorns and hates him for his actions attitude and his endlessly envious behavior toward the people around him He is a selfish and alcoholic father When Pap speaks the words are filled with brutal and detraction He has no love or sympathy for anyone and even to his own son Ill take you down a peg before I can get done with you said Pap when he feels unhappy because he didnt have whiskers He would warn other people in town for trying to get his son away from him He does not want anyone to help Huck because Huck has a chance to become better than him How much you got in your pocket asked Pap He would usually asked Huck these questions so then he can get money and buy more whiskers for himself When Huck answered that he has no money then Pap would get upset and yell at Huck Pap expected Huck to support him now since he is a full-grown boy now He sometimes eventually abused Huck by hitting him These are some of the things he said that is a put-down for Huck and shows everyone that he does not care for Huck Finn When alcohol entered into Pap body made him acts in a disapprobation manner His actions is filled with angered and are to be blamed to anyone around him especially Huck Every time he got money he got drunk and every time he got drunk he raised Cain around town and every time he raised Cain he get jailed said Huck When Pap
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