Comparing Twain And Huckleberry Finn

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On a different note, character roles in both books are represented differently, namely the role of protagonist. The protagonist in a literary piece is usually a central figure, but Orwell took a different approach in his novella by giving the role of protagonist to a large group. This assignment of the role can be seen through the quote, “Meanwhile the animals had chased Jones and his men out on to the road and slammed the five-barred gate behind them” (Orwell 39). A conflict is usually dealt with by the main character so by having a group of animals deal with the conflict collectively Orwell is making it quite clear that the protagonist is not one sole character, but a collection of them. On the other hand, Twain takes a completely different
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