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In the novel The Adventures Huckleberry Finn by Mark Twain a theme of freedom is portrayed Freedom takes on a different perspective for each character in the novel In Jim the runaway slave and Hucks the mischievous boy journey they obtain freedom Jims hunt for freedom is an escape from the clutches of slavery while Hucks is a flight from the civilized world Their hunting for freedom is for one reason for their happiness This is shown throughout the novel in Jims desire of escaping slavery and Hucks wish for being uncivilized From the beginning of the novel Jim lives his life as a slave He is fairly content until one day when he overhears his owner Mrs Watson talking about selling him to New Orleans Jim becomes terrified and runs from Mrs Watson From that point on in the novel Jim turns into a runaway slave His journey with Huck down the Mississippi river begins with only the fear of being caught as a runaway slave Later in the journey Jim starts to yearn for freedom from slavery This is manifested in this quote when Huck describes Jims reactions about being free in Cairo Jim said it made him all over trembly and feverish to be so close to freedom 97 Jims excitement is also demonstrated in more actions about Cairo as Huck describes more Jim was fidgeting up and down past me We neither of us could keep still Every time he danced around and says Dahs Cairo 97 Jims excitement for freedom is obvious Slavery sets social chains on Jims life and hinders his happiness and his goals in life The only way Jim can achieve his happiness is through freedom Freedom for Jim means escape from slavery and a release from the social chains Huck makes a clear point about his perspective about living in the Widows civilized home when he states But it was rough living in a
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