Examples Of Dynamic In Huckleberry Finn

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Huck is a dynamic character because he begins to learn, evolve and and grow during his adventures with Jim, during the novel Twain create the theme of morality by having Huck realize that just because you are taught something one way it doesnt mean it is correct. In “The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn” a novel written by Mark Twain, you read the adventures of a young boy finding out about life with his friend. In the novel it is apparent that Twain was reading Emerson and got all the different themes that this book has from his readings. Huckleberry Finn is known as the dynamic character which means that during the novel he begins to change and to insure that the evidence can be proven it is shown in the beginning of the novel, the middle and the “last” part. …show more content…

Additionally Huck can be seen as being the rebellious kid because once everyone in the house is asleep he hears a faint cat meowing only the sneak out the window and find Tom,” Then i slipped down the window to the ground and crawled in amongst the trees, and sure enough there was Tom Sawyer waiting for me.” (Twain 6) From that moment he decided to leave the home to go with Tom that showed he didn't really care that the two ladies would get mad at

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