Examples Of Nature In Huckleberry Finn

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Nature is a endless cycle which never ends, and everything that mankind uses is from nature is to help further our survival. In Mark Twain’s story, The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, Huck and Jim both escape from society because Jim is not a free man, and if he were to be caught he would have to return to his life of slavery. Jim is struggling to escape slavery and uses the woods as an escape because nobody is able to find him there. Huck runs away because of the conflicts within his life, including his father and how everyone wanted his money, which is why Huck dropped everything and went into the woods. They use a raft to go through Jackson Island via a river to try to escape the world and go into nature. In Emerson’s short essay, “Nature”, he describes nature as a place which a place where there can be no harm or no disgrace or calamity occurring because nature is able to fix all of those difficulties. Even though nature whips up sadness, it ultimately provides us a hideaway from society; therefore, people should sought to preserve nature. Although nature can often…show more content…
In Ralph Waldo Emerson’s short paragraph, “Nature”, he reveals how nature protects us from calamities and also how nature is able to solve all our problems. In the middle of the paragraph, Emerson describes how nature makes him feel, “There I feel that nothing can befall me in life,-no disgrace, no calamity, (leaving me my eyes,) [...] my head bathed by the blithe air, and uplifted into infinite space,-all mean egotism vanishes”(Emerson 44). By saying this, Emerson is trying to prove that nature is valued as a sanctuary in his perspective because it provides him with a sense of peace shown by when he he describes the feelings nature provides. Nature provides Emerson with the feelings of being “bathed b the blithe air” and also being “uplifted into infinite space.” (INSERT MORE ANALYSIS)(INSERT CONCLUDING
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