Huck Finn's View Of Society

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Huck’s view of society and his morals are constantly changing as the story progresses. Civilization and people’s behavior heavily affect how Huck Finn is as a person and his morals. The majority of people have racial prejudice against African Americans which is carried to their children which makes them think the same way as their parents. Unlike Whites, African Americans were forced into the system and had no choice on how to live their lives. Huck’s morals are truly put to the test when Jim is captured and Huck has to decide between what is right legally and what is right morally: “I was a trembling because I’d got to decide, forever betwixt two things” (Twain 161). Clearly, Huck has a tough time deciding, but this is a major turning point
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