Themes on Huck Finn
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Society plays a big role on slavery. Huck was taught his whole life that slavery is okay and that there is nothing wrong with it, but in his mind he feels like it is wrong and wants to help Jim out.
Hypocrisy of "civilized" society
Huck and Jim sail the river on a raft to get freedom from pap, Miss Watson, and Widow Douglass. They want to be free and not under demand no more.
Huck comes to his own conclusions and does not follow rules. He cusses and doesn't listen to anyone.
Pap is not worth nothing and is a terrible person for Huck Finn. Black people have no rights and rules of society defy logic.
Youth is an important factor in Huck's moral education and Huck often knows better than the adults around him.
The book is full with malicious lies and scams, like Huck always lies so that he will not get in trouble. The Duke and King lie and they hurt innocent people.
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