Huck Finn 10

833 WordsApr 23, 20024 Pages
Huck Finn Since the beginning of time people have been living on their own. They have been relying on themselves to survive for centuries. In many books the characters also must rely on themselves, as Huck Finn does in Mark Twain's book The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn. Huck Finn is a book about a boy growing up , and his flight down the Mississippi River. Through his actions and thoughts Huck is able to survive the dangers of the river and in doing so develops self reliance and independence as well as non-conformity to what is acceptable to society. Huck Finn is definitely a non-conformist in the truest sense of the word. Non-conformity means to go against what all other people think and do. In the book Huck chooses…show more content…
He showed his independence when he escaped from Pap and eluded the bounty hunters It was courageous and independent because he did it on his own without help and he wasn't afraid. In other words Huck Finn shows self reliance, non conformity, and independence through his ability to rely on himself and his mind. Huck survives adversity throughout the book and changes a lot making him a dynamic character. From writer to writer in every book there is a character who changes. This is also true in real life. People change and people are very different. Some are independent where others are followers. Everyone acts in a different way. Life is to short to
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