Although the society’s standards and his father are repressing, Huck has his own inner voice and would listen to them. That’s why when he meets Jim, a running away slave, Huck helps to save Jim and runs away with him. By the society’s standard, running away slave is intolerable and has to be caught and punished. However, Huck acts against the society’s standard even though he knows it’s wrong to help Jim run away. There exists so much racism in the society.
He also does not make any comments about the body that would Although these three example are not the biggest growths in maturity by Huck Finn, they are some of the most important, because they mark the start of Huck’s journey to growing up and they show that, unlike some people, he actually can grow up and handle his own problems. When he escapes his abusive father on his own, sticks up for Jim and gets rid of the slave catchers, and makes the decision to respect Jim and listen to him in the abandoned are only a few of examples that kick off his path to
Fredrick earned the title of a brave hero as explained in the paragraph above. Noticing the life of being a slave and how cruel they were treated just because of their races or social classes or where they came from and were given limited choices and no freedom at all which forced them to do things they did not want to do or like. Buckley people could choose and decide what they want to do with their lives and how to live it unlike poor Fredrick, he was introduced to this world without freedom since he was separated from the only person that could feel his pain and misery and treat him well and nurture him, his mother, Who is also a slave. He grew up not knowing where he took his looks from or muscularity he grew up without knowing who his father is. Fredrick was an unlucky child.
When Huck was with the Grangerford’s he was once again free to do as he pleased. Huck was never in danger when he stayed with them there were no rules that would lessen the liking that Huck took to the Grangerford’s. If Huck was truly just chasing freedom he would have no reason to run, but he did. It is evident to the reader that Huck enjoyed his stay there until Huck was disappointed by the death of Buck. It was the violence in the feud that caused Bucks death that pushed Huck away.
Montag’s identity was fundamentally affected by this ordeal. Although he changed to a free person, Montag also changed from being ignorant to enlightened. Montag realized that for all of his previous years, he was ignorant to speech and other freedoms. With his identity changed, Montag can now enjoy life without ever being censured for his acts. An identity changes quickly depending on the situation one is in.
Even though Oroonoko and Imoinda declared their love for one another and the fact that Oroonoko disobeyed his unjust grandfather and his society’s traditions, his grandfather, the king, refused to acknowledge their love and instead, was determined to make Imoinda his own. The king’s reaction is somewhat similar to Barbantio’s rejection of Othello and Desdemona’s love. Oroonoko's motivation to thrive on and survive was his love and enthusiasm for Imoinda. The main test of his endurance was when Oroonoko was a slave trader, but he ended up as a slave himself aboard an English ship. Not only he did lose his beloved wife, but he also lost his freedom in life.
Anyone would really want to live the same life he’s living. But they don’t realise that Truman is living in a world with no human rights, it’s like he is trapped. Freedom. Freedom means nothing to Truman since he is ‘caged’ in a dome. When he tries to leave, Truman has been stopped in many ways, evidently there is when Truman had tried to book a flight to Fiji, the reservation clerk said that there are no flights to Fiji for the next month.
This is true for many slaves back then. They view their master as high superiority and don’t dare to disobey. Even when Alfred offered Georges freedom, he refused. Many slaves did not want freedom because they feared the outside world would be worse and they were bought up to think they are servants of
As they travel down the river, the relationship between Huck and Jim grows. Huck goes against the law to help his friend become free, something that if he were to be caught he would be tarred and feathered or thrown in jail. Huck’s loyalty to Jim is a significant sign of true family and Jim's feelings towards Huck reciprocate as Jim says "Pooty soon I'll be a-shout'n' for joy, en I'll say, it's all on accounts o' Huck; I's a free man, en I couldn't ever ben free ef it hadn' ben for Huck; Huck done it. Jim won't ever forgit you, Huck; you's de bes' fren' Jim's ever had; en you's de only fren' ole Jim's got now."(83). Jim is trusting Huck with his chance for freedom, something he values so much.
Granted, the American dream means something different to everyone, but that’s also the beauty of it. James Gatz had to work hard for everything he had earned, “His parents were shiftless and unsuccessful farm people...The truth was that Jay Gatsby, of West Egg, Long Island, sprang from his Platonic conception of himself” (Fitzgerald 104). Gatsby didn’t want to live the life his parents had, he wanted to pursue fortune and fame, so he decided to follow his dream by running away and working his way through many hardships. This hard work and determination is what makes the American dream so unique because only in America can someone work so hard to go from being dirt poor, to having endless luxuries and living the life they want as Gatsby had done. Further, Nick was explaining his family’s lineage when he stated, “The actual founder of my line was my grandfather’s brother who came here in fifty-one, sent a substitute to the Civil War and started the wholesale hardware business that my father carries on today” (Fitzgerald 7).
Huckleberry was now in a different position as he was a younger and now will make a different person with a different Heart a “Sound Heart” Huckleberry was truly loyal to his friend, who also happens to be a slave. It could be inferred Huckleberry has a sound heart by not letting race undermine his judgement by how needs help. Huckleberry Finn ran away at a very young age, from his father. Huckleberry Finn left on an island and where he later finds Jim, who will change him without words of encouragement. Huckleberry Finn finds Jim and learns his intentions.