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In the novel Adventures of Huckleberry Finn Mark Twain relates the story of a young Southern boys adventures and his discoveries of how society works The reader watches Huck and his companion a runaway slave named Jim go through great lengths in order to free Jim and rescue Huck from his father Pap From face to face encounters with snakes to how Huck dressed up as a girl and eventually was seen through this novel is all about the strange interesting adventures Jim and huckleberry had Yet when read in between lines Adventures of Huckleberry teaches a reader important lessons about the true nature of people Throughout the book one of these main lessons is that Blacks can be just as caring as whites Goodness gracious is dat you Huck En you ain dead-you ain drowned-yous back again Its too good to be true honey its too good for true Lemme look at you chile lemme feel o you No you ain dead Yous back again live en soun jis de same ole Huck-de same ole Huck thanks to goodness Huck is a fun-loving superstitious boy who could not give up his free-and-easy life of fishing and smoking He was at one time placed over the charge of Aunt Mary Polly whom he calls the widow He disliked the rigid and strict rules he was oppressed to follow He hated having to go to school The widow put me in new clothes again and I couldnt do nothing but sweat and sweat One day Mischievous Huck faked death and headed down the river with his friend Jim a slave he promised to help escape to a free state I liked Hucks faithfulness and loyalty to his slave-friend He is not racist unlike his guardian or fellow villagers What on earth did you want to set him free for I liked Hucks determination as he struggled to set Jim free of his slavery status He
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