Throughout the Adventures of Huckleberry Finn Huck is maturing and transforming. Toward the beginning of the novel he would pull pranks with his best friend Tom who isn 't realistic at all. Huck is an example of a dynamic character because when he was on his journey with Jim he developed into a much more grown up version of himself. Learning to make decisions based on his morals. Tom brought out immature emotions in Huck and they acted like kids.
Dick’s personality flaws, newfound recklessness, and complicated marriage contribute to his destruction in the novel. Dick’s personality flaws is one of the many components that lead to his destruction. His characteristics and persona create more dilemmas for him. For example, Dick closes himself off to others, and by doing this, he can’t express his emotions properly when needed. “...Dick squanders his emotional capital and becomes unable to respond to the things that are worthy of deep emotion” (Tate 218).
Rather, he is tolerant in his discourse on whether he should take Crito 's offer. His contention was making sense of what was the proper act of what is just for this situation. Despite the fact that he was at the bleeding edge of the execution, he needed to make a point that, regardless of whether it was at the cost of his own life, it may not be just to flee from his looming destiny. Crito at first is perplexed and dumbfounded by Socrates and his delay to go into banish. As they speak, Socrates utilizes talk to demonstrate his inward difficulties and discover which way is the correct approach.
His emphasis on self reliance and independence becomes more and more obvious as he utilizes repetition to heavily emphasize Ronald to “Just get out and do it”. This repetition express’s Chris idea that life is a perpetual adventure that cannot be fully appreciated by waiting for opportunities , but rather by relying on oneself and going out in the world to absorb the nature around us. Chris has a very active view on life, and hopes people will be willing to actively change their flaws and hindrances. If you don't actively try to fix or change your life nothing will happen;If you want change “all you have to do is reach for it”. Being complacent with the day to day mundane lifestyle blinds you from seeking true freedom.
He wants to be there for Jim like Jim has been there for him, and Huck knows that if he decided to turn Jim in, Jim would’ve been affected by his decision forever.In conclusion, Huck’s growth throughout the novel is shown through the decisions Huck makes as the novel progresses. Huck’s judgement and morality grows and he learns how to think about how his decisions will affect the people around him. At the beginning of the novel, Huck consents to his gang killing Miss Watson, who was a part of his family. This shows he does not think about his actions and he has poor morality. At the end of the novel, Huck is risking his own reputation to save Jim from being enslaved once more, which proves he has matured emotionally and gained
However, the Grangerfords represent the most extreme form of moral belief by upholding strict standards of behavior that few people understand, even those who are directly involved. This strict moral belief eventually leads to chaos and suffering, and Huck is forced to leave. Perhaps by making Buck similar in age, and by making their names so similar, Twain shows that Huck could have ended up like Buck if he had followed the path of moral belief rather than his own practical wisdom. Buck, of course, dies, leaving Huck to cry over him. The images of the disaster stemming from the Grangerfords' and Shepherdsons' moral belief haunt Huck as he admits, "lots of times I dream about them (Boone,
This is the first time Huck makes a decision all on his own based on his own morals and conscience. He could have chosen to take the easy way out and return Miss Watson’s “property,” but at some point, during their adventure, Jim became way more than just property in Huck’s eyes. Jim became not only a person, but a friend of Huck. Mark Twain’s message in making your own choices based on your own morals and conscience is, again, expressed when Huck decides that he would not tell Ms. Watson about Jim because he considers Jim as a loyal friend. In the book,
However, the more challenges one faces the harder it will be to achieve the dream. This is shown through the development of Nick Carraway, a main character, and how he begins the novel by expressing how he had advantages others did not have. As his dad told him, “Whenever you feel like criticizing any one,” he told me, “just remember that all the people in this world haven’t had the advantages that you’ve had.”(Fitzgerald 1). From a young age, Nick was taught that he should not ever judge people because he himself had an advantage and was in a much better position to achieve the American Dream. Nick later goes on to say that he is, “inclined to reserve all judgments.”(Fitzgerald 1).
One of the positive traits you need to have is learn to focus on present life. In order to live happily, try to enjoy in a moment. Do not ever let the past influenced you and keep thinking about the days that have not arrived. This is not related to whether you are a positive-minded or negative-minded. Even though you are thinking positively about the future, but you cannot focus on the present life, you are not going to be happy neither.
One who over dependence on technology will not talk the other by face by face because they just only use technology for communicating to each other in the world. They do not talk and share their opinions to other and make their creativity become lower due to lack of ideas in their thinking. They feel scaring to talk to each other. By the way, they use technology to communicate. People will not be brave in the future even thought they do not solve the problem properly.