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The Lack of Sense of Humor by the Narrator of the Novel, The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn by Mark Twain
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Huckleberry Finn is one of America most - loved fictionalcharacters Since Huck is the narrator of the novel filled withhumor it is important to know that Huck himself had no sense ofhumor at all For example he sees no humor at all in the old jokeabout were Moses was when the lights went out It can not beunderstood to him that the drunk riding the horse at the circus isreally a highly trained acrobat For awhile he believes a genie canappear by rubbing an old lamp He probably has no humor becausehe is only eleven years old I was gullible and had no sense of humoreither when I was that age Since Huck is so straight forward abouteverything he makes a good narrator because he is accurate in theway he speaks He never exaggerates so the book can easily be read The story takes place in Mississippi and Huck possesses mostof the qualities for life on the frontier Huck is always sensible andnatural showing good common sense except for the little things thateleven year olds do sometimes Huck is also very adaptable He canlearn to live with Widow Douglas and then can quickly learn to liveHuck is also very clever and possesses good listeningability He used his abilities well on the frontier he always gothimself out of trouble He is so clever that he comes up with theseincredible stories that get him and Jim out of jamsHuck is also a person who responds understandingly toother people He tries to save the king and duke from the townpeople and later even feels sorry for them when they were tarredand feathered
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