Internal Conflict In Huckleberry Finn

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The book known as, The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, swept through the nation in the year 1885. It started controversy and caused people to rethink the social norms. The internal conflicts within the story add depth and insight, as to what is was like to be an adolescent boy trying to do the right thing. Even if that meant going against society and even himself. One of the first conflicts we see is the main character Huck against his father Pap Finn. Pap Finn’s mere existence caused fear in Huck. Although there is no argument that was he was very unsuited to raise a child. it just so happens that even had to go as far as faking his own death to get away from him. Another example of man vs. man in the book was Huck vs. the duke and dauphin.
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