Mark Twain's Huckleberry Finn Advantage In Schools

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Twain's Huckleberry Finn should be taken advantage in schools. Schools should take the opportunity to teach kids of racial problems, problems we should not be having anymore. Banning the books from public teachings will just be storing the embarrassing predicaments of our nation. The faster we learn from our mistakes the sooner it becomes to fixing the complications. The original novel contains powerful messages for students to grow not just their reading and writing skills but to strengthen their morals. Mark Twain knew what he was doing as he published this novel, and sure enough Twain got us having the decisions one hundred and twenty five years later.
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