Moral Dilemmas In Huck Finn's Life

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Since Huck is still a child, he sees the world differently than others. For instance, Huck easily accepts the ideal social and religious concepts pressed onto him by Miss Watson, until he experiences cause him to question what he was taught and now feels for it. Huck is the main character and narrator throughout the novel. The importance of the two quotations is that Huck has a moral dilemma. Huck is first seen without any morality. Beneficially Huck is later assisted with the help of Jim, a runaway slave who joins Huck on his adventure and helps Huck gain a sense of his own mortality. From the start of Huck’s adventures, he is put into many circumstances where he has to use his own judgement to make important decisions that will affect his
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