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How Is Huck Finn Different From The End

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Mark Twain had included the last ten chapters of Huckleberry Finn for his own purpose of showing the reader how all the events in the first half of the book are a lot different from the end. Though there are people out there that criticize Twain’s reasons for doing these, taking a closer look at the book and how closely it connects to the end will open an audience’s mind in understanding that Twain added these “extra” chapters to connect Huck to the original character of the series Tom and how major differences in their morals have changed as well as showing how far Huck and Jim would go to help one another.

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