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This scene is when Huck is when Miss Watson is reading Huck a spelling book to educate him. Education: Education is a big part of the book because it satires the importance of education given by the south.
This scene is when Huck was reading a story about Moses and he said that there was no point to reading the book because he is dead. Religion: Religion is a big part of the book because Huck doesn't believe in religion because when he prayed he never got anything he wanted.
This scene is in the beginning of the chapter when Huck is explaining how The Widow Douglas and Miss Watson. I chose this because it shows that family is not only blood related. Family: Family is a big part of the book because family isn't only someone who is related by blood, it is someone who cares for you.
This scene is when Pap Finn is sitting on the bed in Huck's room when Huck comes home. Pap Finn: Pap Finn is a big part of the story because he is Huck's real father, but he doesn't care about Huck. He only came back to take Huck's money.
This scene is when Huck and Jim are "talking" to the magical hairball. Superstition: Superstition is important in this book because it mirrors the satire on religion.
This scene is when Huck and Tom are running down the hill screaming while playing robbers. Civilized: Being civilized is a big part of this book because Huck does not want to be civilized, he wants to be free.
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