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The Importance of the Qualities of Shredders, Adaptability and Basic Human Kindness in Mark Twain's Novel, The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn
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In literature authors have created characters thathave traits that contributes to their survival in societyThe qualities of shredders adaptability and basic humankindness enables the character Huckleberry Finn in MarkTwains novel The Adventures Of Huckleberry Finn tosurvive in his environment The purpose of this paper isto depict the importance of these traits or qualities tohis survivalHuckleberry Finn is able to confront complexsituations because he is shrewd Nothing is more naturalor more necessary than his ability to lie In certainsituations I will discuss how he must lie because thecircumstances forced him to deception and lies andevasions are the only weapons he has to protect himselffrom those who are physically stronger than he Thecreativity common sense and understanding of people ofdifferent classes give him the edge he needs to survive ina rather harsh societyLiving with Ms Watson and Widow Douglas Huck hasadjusted his life to that of a civilized society Huckillustrates his shrewd thinking when he see signs thatindicates his father is back Being afraid of his fatherhe gives all of his money to Judge Thatcher to avoid beingpersecuted by his father Protecting himself was hisnumber one priority he knew that if his father got themoney he would get drunk and in return would abuse himHis father drunkenness become a threat to his life lateron in the story and by stopping him from getting themoney he stopped his father from being an abuser at thatpoint and timePap Hucks father returns to town to get custody ofhis son because he here of Hucks fortune finallyresorting to the kidnapping Huck is locked in the cabinwhen Pap is not around once he was locked up for threedays At this point and time Huck was being neglected andabuse his father had no idea what his abusive behaviorwas doing to Huck until he escapes Pap became soabusivenot realizing it because of he is always drunkthat he almost kills his son in the cabin thinking he wasthe angel of death This incident forces Huck
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