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The ending of Adventures of Huckleberry Finn ended as if a fairytale a happy endingSome may say that Mark Twain is a bit vague with the ending of Huckleberry Finn which is why this topic was assigned But they are overlooking everything At first it was a bit confusing since Jim has been a free man for most of their journey And Huckleberry has been running from his dad but yet his dad was deadIt is at the end of the novel where Huckleberry Finn began to understand his own standards and begins to recognize how and why he must use it The theme in this novel has seemed to be Huckleberry Finns acceptance and rejection of values and morals that he discovered in his experiences Huckleberry went from being a passive unsure boy to becoming a confident young adult with a good sense of right and wrong He knew it was wrong stealing back Jim the whole time But he knew it was the right thing to allow Jim to be free not sold into slavery to another family At the ending we find out that Huckleberrys dad is dead which may seem sad but Huckleberry is getting a new family out of it Which he is not very happy about and says he has got to start heading west Some say he is ungrateful and going back to his old ways but we have to remember he just got away from that From being strapped down where you have to do what others tell you to do to freedom of being on your own He is a twelve or thirteen year old boy we have to remember Who would be excited to go back and live with someone and do jobs and what they sayThe ending would seem unresolved because of Jim already being freedand that means they have wasted their time on helping him out They have been hiding in fear the
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