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In Society not everybody has a good heart There are those who are heart warming and loving and then there are those who are wretched and wicked In the novel The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn by Mark Twain various significant relationships are uncovered Many of these relationships are inflicted due to the liaison of Pap and Huckleberry Finn Without the occurrence of this relationship almost all the themes of this novel would be gone and the story would likely be different Pap the father of Huck Finn is a violent and always an intoxicated man All the complaining he did was in town about the government Furthermore he drank alcohol while he was complaining Pap came in at the starting of the novel surprising Huck Finn in his bedroom He frightened Huck for a bit until Huck got used to the sight of him He is most seemingly wearing torn clothes that have been worn for a while He probably looks like an alcoholic on the street or in todays society a bum He was most fifty and he looked it His hair was long and tangled and greasy and hung down and you could see his eyes shining through like he was behind vines It was all black no gray so was his long mixed-up whiskers There warnt no color in his face where his face showed it was white not like another mans white but a white to make a body sick a white to make a bodys flesh crawl a tree-toad white a fish-belly white As for his clothes just rags that was all He had one ankle resting on tother knee the boot on that foot was busted and two of his toes stuck through and he worked them now and then His hat was laying on the floor an old black slouch with the top caved in like a lid Huck Finn 20 Pap was a terrible father All
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