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Twains major theme in the novel is mans inhumanity to man He develops this theme through the inhumane actions of Pap toward Huck the dishonesty of the King and the Duke toward the Wilkes girls and the betrayal of Jim for money by the King and the Duke Twain uses the inhumane actions of Pap toward Huck to help develop the major theme of his novel Ill take you down a peg before I get done with you 20 This quote shows how man is inhuman to other men even if they are related and supposed to love each other Pap acts malevolently towards Huck even though Huck is his son Not only is Pap mentally abusive toward Huck but he is also physically abusive toward him But by and by pap got too handy with his hickry and I couldnt stand it I was all over welts24 The way that Pap treats Huck shows the inhumanity of man toward other men and helps to develop the major theme of the novel The dishonesty of the King and the Duke toward the Wilkes girls also help to develop the major theme of the novel The Duke and the King take their cruelty to another level because they steal and lie to the Wilkes girls who are left all alone without parents And not sell the rest o the property March off like a passel of fools and leave eight or nine thousn dollars worth o property layin around jest sufferin to be scooped in-and all good salable stuff too170-171 The Duke and the King are so inhumane that they will go as far as stealing from three innocent girls And he said of course him and William would take the girls home with them176 Not only do the Duke and the King steal money from the girls but they also lie to them about bringing them to England just so they can have more
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