Literary Analysis Of Huckleberry Finn

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Literary Analysis Civilization will never be civilized because of the uniqueness and rebelliousness of today. In Mark Twain’s the Adventures of Huckleberry Finn Huck has proven that he does not believe society 's rules and does not let it control him based on his way of living. Society is power. It sets standards, it controls individuals, it tells people how to live, and it tells people that they 're doing something wrong. Huck decides to exist for himself, he does not like the idea of being control, but society is compelling him otherwise. Society sets our standards because people are so tied into this “occupies must be perfect, occupies must be this and that”. People end up losing the sense of what really matters and that is that…show more content…
In Mark Twain’s the Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, the character Huck says “Pretty soon I wanted to smoke, and asked the widow to let me. But she wouldn’t.…show more content…
Society has always had the ultimate power because society rules over today and it has the sense and control over individuals to tell them what to do and tell them what is right and wrong. In the story Twain goes to write “Why, Tom Sawyer, how you talk,” I says; “Jim ain’t got no use for a rope ladder.” “He has got use for it. How youtalk, you better say; you don’t know nothing about it. He’s got to have a rope ladder; they all do.” (242). What he was saying here was Tom Sawyer, which was Huck’s friend and biggest influencer, was taking control over the situation and saying what he believed was write and additionally saying this is the plan and we’re going to do and you 're gonna do this with me, like it or not. This gives a good explanation on how society gets it’s power by peer pressure. Which is some senses could be negative and positive but in this case it was negative and you can see how effective it is to Huck and you see how he reacts to it and in the beginning of the story Huck went along with Tom but as Huck is developing and seeing the wrong doing of others he soon stops following what Tom says and starts developing his own thoughts and plans which I think is the best thing for Huck to do. He should be his own man and stop being influence by his peers and start doing what is best for him. Huck has proven that he does not believe society 's rules and does not let it control him based on his way of living. There are many things that society brings to the table that
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