Colloquial Diction In Huck Finn

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Twain’s tone is moralistic, in order to develop his theme of hypocrisy of a “civilized” society as evident in the excerpt “ It ain’t your fault, Huck; you didn’t know”, where Jim demonstrates concern for Huck and shows consolation toward Huck. Twain utilizes colloquial diction in order to effectively deliver his message as originally as possible in correspondence with the time period and writing exactly what other people would've said as evident in the excerpt “ en trash is what people is dat puts dirt on de head er dey fren’s en makes ‘em ashamed” (Twain 118).
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