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The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn is a book about the childhood times of a young boy named Huckleberry Finn also known as Huck Huck is probably around the age of thirteen and he is as wild any young boy has ever been He has a mischievous personality and is always looking for an adventure Even though he has had little education Huck has a lot of common sense He has the skills to survive on his own and not get caught doing it When he first arrives on Jacksons Island he knows he has to bring as little attention to himself as necessary so he takes many precautions For example Huck does not start a fire in the middle of the day because he knows the smoke might be seen It is also evident that he pays close attention to the world around him because he knows things that most boys would not know at his age For example he knows that people always put quicksilver in a loaf of bread and float it down the river to aid in the search for a missing body Huck is a bit superstitious also This is evident when he spills the salt at breakfast one morning Miss Watson would not allow him to throw it over his shoulder so for the rest of the day he was worried about what bad luck would come his way He is also superstitious when he touches the snakeskin when the rattlesnake bites Jims toe in the cabin People in the story either like Huck from the start or know that he is trouble and stay away from him Young people like Huck because he is adventurous and fun to be around Older wiser people know Huck is always finding trouble so they tend to not think much of him Most people he encounters during his journey like him because he can sweet talk anyone or make them
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