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Mark Twain was a very gifted and unique writer for his time period While everyone else was using the high and formal writing style Twain used the more realistic and enjoyable lower level of writing In Huckleberry Finn Twain gives us the realistic account of a teenager living in the south Huck is not afraid to tell us how it is He goes through many obstacles to get to his goal of freeing his friend Jim This book amazed many readers who were used to the commonplace writings of the time as we do know they treasured Twains book which gave something that was fun to read Twain uses many different elements to make this book so different One major thing is the syntax Writers were supposed to be intelligent and use big words to show how smart they actually were Twain did something different The book is actually like reading something a 13-year-old boy would actually write It is totally informal and uses more slang than most readers can handle But it makes the book more enjoyable to read People of all ages can understand and enjoy the story of Huckleberry Finn Twain also takes a major issue at the time and turns it into something all people can relate to Jim was a slave someone who did not have very much respect But when the reader saw how human Jim was and realized how human their slaves were It was a minor step in the country excepting slaves as free people But Twain also shows how Huck would easily turn on Jim and how he still calls him a degrading name though he doesnt know better Many Americans could relate to Huck Mark Twain uses his extreme talent and his informal style to tell us this wonderful story The informal style lets all people find humor and fun in this story Many authors adopted this style because it
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