The Theme Of Racism In The Adventures Of Huckleberry Finn

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The book The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn was published in 1885. Twain wrote this book as a sequel to The Adventures of Tom Sawyer. In the process of writing he ended up creating a book about how racism and how wrong it is. The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn was in 1839-1840 in the Mississippi Valley where Jim and Huck meet many different people, and this is where most of the stuff they went through happened. Huck Finn is a 12 year old boy ,who has no sense of right and wrong Huck is the main character and affects how the story went. Huck changed a lot thorough the book. Huck has a theme of Questions about man and the natural world. What type of character is Huck? Huck changed a lot though out the book. Who is Huck? At the beginning of the book Huck let’s Tom walk all over him, tell him what do. He didn’t stop Tom from doing what he thought was right but really wasn’t , it was more like it was a stupid idea. He would never stand up for himself he would if he wanted something. Pap also made Huck realize what behaviors were right and what ones were wrong. Pap wasn’t a big influence in his life but still Huck loved him and would do anything for him. Jim made Huck kinda grow up because he was a black person and people back than didn’t have a say in anything but in this case Huck let him be part of things happening around them. He started to become friends with Jim an he started to love him. Huck was sad when Jim was taken captive and put back into Toms aunts house. Huck looks
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