Huck Finn Essay

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The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn By Mark Twain By Brenda Tarin British Literature 2323 Lois Flanagan January 27, 2009 Tarin ii I. Introduction II. Biographical sketch of author A. Past to present B. Experiences and achievements III Plot analysis A. analysis of plot structure 1. Exposition 2. Complication 3. Crisis 4. Climax 5. Resolution B. Theme of plot IV Critical analysis A. Theme 1. Racism 2. Slavery C. Characters D. Atmosphere E. Conflicts V. Evaluation VI. Review of movie version VII. Conclusion Tarin 1 The Adventures of Huckleberry…show more content…
Clemens and Langdon had four children. (MarkTwain) Twain was most famous for “The Great American Novel” better yet known as The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn. This book has been outlawed in many Tarin 2 school libraries due to the extensive usage of explicit content, shown by the characters. Twain is also known for The Guilded Age, The Adventures of Tom Sawyer, The Prince and the Pauper, A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur’s Court, The Tragedy of Pudd’nhead Wilson, The Innocents Abroad, A Tramp Abroad, Life on the Mississippi, and Mark Twains Autobiography. He is also known for many famous short stories, speeches, and essays. Samuel Langhorne Clemens “Mark Twain” passed away from angina pectoris on April 21, 1910 (Mark Twain Biography) [pic] At the beginning of The Adventures Of Huckleberry Finn, Huck lives with Widow Douglas. He has changed by becoming clean, having manners, and by going to school. Pap arrives in town when he hears Huck has money, he ruins all Tarin 3 of this and makes him move with him in a cabin, where no one else knows where it is located. Then Huck runs off to Jackson Island and fakes his murder by using a pigs blood as his own, also by making it look like a gang of robbers had murdered him. After a few days he ran into Jim who had ran away from Miss Watson because he had heard she was going to sell him for $800 south. They get together and live in Jackson Island, Here they encounter a lot of crazy days, they see a dead

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