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Huckleberry Finns Free Will In The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn Huck Finn gets into trouble on land and runs to the river for safety and sanctuary and for his own free will Huckleberry Finn runs to the water to escape his father the fighting between the Grangerfords and the Shepardsons and the troubles with the king and the duke As he takes to the water he realizes that no one can get to him and he determines where he stops and when When Huck Finn is on land he takes to the water to escape trouble and his own fears The water becomes his safe haven and he is then in control of his destiny Huckleberry Finn is very afraid of his father and his only escape to safety is the river While on land Huckleberry tries to escape his father but to no avail his father captures him and holds him captive in a cabin in the woods Huckleberry Finns father was an alcoholic and was very mean to Huckleberry pap got too handy with his hickry and I couldnt stand it He got to going away so much too and locking me in I was scared I made up my mind I would fix up some way to leave there Twain pg 10 Huckleberry Finn had definitely made up his mind to find some way to get away from his father He knew he could get down river and no one would ever find him or cause him any trouble Huckleberry Finn is very strong minded and determined When he decides to take to the river he does Once on the river he gains control of his destiny He also finds sanctuary and freedom while on the water It was kind of solemn drifting down the big still river layin on our backs looking up at the stars nothing ever happened to us at all that night nor
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