Examples Of Huckleberry Finn Living In The 1800s

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Living in the 1800s was a very confusing time for a thirteen-year-old American white boy named Huckleberry Finn. African people were faced with inhuman acts of slavery, prejudice, and discrimination. Choosing between what was right and wrong was a challenge, especially for Huckleberry Finn. Huck’s peers tried to corrupt him into believing that slavery was the norm and black people were to be shunned. Mrs. Watson, for example, was Huck’s adoptive mother whom consistently told Huck to not associate with people of the African culture. The Widow Douglas, Mrs. Watson’s sister, also worked on impairing Huck’s perception of slavery. Their idea of being “sivilized” was to support the enslavement of Africans. Mrs. Watson and Widow Douglas, as well as

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