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Overview of The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn is probably Mark Twains most well-known and famous novel It was written in 1885 and banned by the Concord Massachusetts Library that same year because of rough language Even though it was written so long ago it still remains a classic today Mark Twains style literary devices satire and dialect all contributed to its success In the beginning of The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn Huck is presented a large amount of money This causes his delinquent lifestyle to change drastically Huck gets and education and a home to live in with a caring woman One would think that Huck would be satisfied However he wasnt because he wanted his old lifestyle back When Hucks drunk father returns he is unhappy with Huck He feels that no son should live better than his father He tries to take Hucks money but fails repeatedly He then takes Huck and brings him to a cabin on the outskirts of town Huck tries to escape but cannot He then stages his own kidnapping and murder and takes a raft to the Mississippi River He meets up with a runaway slave Jim when they decide to leave the area They both escape big problems and continue their road to freedom In the novel The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn Mark Twain uses many different literary devices including real language diction and satire Twains style is simple and conveys his ideas in a boyish mood The book is somewhat of an irony in itself because of this style He gives his complex observations on society through the eyes and through the speech of a young boy out for adventure He also pays close attention to detail in dealings with the different areas down the river especially in speech and dialogue Real language is the way the characters talk of the time period that people really
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