Huckleberry Finn Innocence Quotes

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Huckleberry Finn the main characters in Mark trains novel The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn was an innocent kid who matures at the end of the novel. The innocence of Huck is shown throughout the beginning of the novel. Huck's innocence is displayed when he talks about how cramped up he feels in the widow Douglas's house "she put me in them new clothes again, and I couldn't do nothing but sweat and sweat and feel all cramped up." (Twain). The widow Douglas took Huck in and gave him a home and brand new clothes but he is not happy about any of those things. The quote shows how he is an innocent child who does not know what is best for him. He was given a chance to live in a real home and he does not like it. Another example of the innocence

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