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In the modern world everyone is viewed equally All men and women are given the same rights and privileges as they should be These beliefs however have not always been active Mark Twain in The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn used nigger to describe African-American slaves and used situations to show the property-like traits these slaves had This may be considered extremely lewd and unreasonable now but in 1885 when this book was written it was the common way of thinking and acting especially in the south So this book may clash with the common understanding of school-age children appropriate books but in all aspects this was the true thinking pattern in America In the book Jim a runaway slave befriends Huck Finn a young boy running away from his past life All throughout the book Jim trusts Huck unconditionally Huck yous de bes fren Jims ever had en yous de only fren ole Jims got now Pg 67 Even after the mean tricks Huck plays on Jim he still remains loyal For example Huck put a dead snake at the end of Jims blanket thinking thered be some fun when Jim found him therePg 39 As it turns out the snakes mate came there and bit Jim on the heel leaving him unmobile for four days Not once does Jim suspect that Huck might have put the snake there he just assumes that it was from another time in the story where Huck picked up a dead snake skin and cast a spell of bad luck on the both of them Even though Jim is not as book smart as Huck or any other white boy in the south he is no where near stupid At one point in the book Huck tries to convince Jim that an event that really happened was just a dream Jim was unsure at first but then soon realized Huck was lying Dat truck dah is trash en
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