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When dealing with race as in a persons ethnicity a perfect bible verse that strongly shows a biblical view of slavery and racism is Galatians 328 which reads theres neither Jew nor Greek slave nor free male nor female for you are all one in Christ Jesus NIV Mark Twains The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn is novel that specifically deals with the biggest issue slavery during the time period in which the novel was written Mark Twain plotted the theme in the beginning of the novel and developed it throughout the novel Although the whole novel deals with slavery but the ending of the novel really carried Twains point across The ending of Huckleberry Finn is very frustrating and problematic most significantly the reappearance of Tom Sawyer and his contribution to the rescue of Jim from the prisonTom Sawyer has a great influence on Huck In the absence of Tom Sawyer the real person in and the matured part of Huck Finn comes out Whenever Tom Sawyer is around Huck Huck reenrolls himself in the attire that shows the immaturity and childishness of him Toms influence on Huck is so deep that Huck never does anything without first thinking about Toms way of solving a problem Huck is an uneducated twelve year old who wants to have fun but he is smarter than Tom Sawyer who is educated and older Huck is the kind of person who reasons through the outcome of his actions before acting them out The most significant scene in the novel that specifically supports this is the scene where Huck decides to write to Miss Watson Huck believes that it is a thousand times better for Jim to be slave at home 270 Huck probably does not know exactly what he is saying but that shows how much Huck actually cares about Jim As soon as Tom Sawyer reappears in the end the theme which is friendship switched back to slavery
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