Mark Twain's The Adventures Of Huckleyberry Finn

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The book "Huckleyberry Finn" is a very hard bok to understand. The way the author writes the book is to make it harder for the readers to understand. When you get towards the middle of the book you start to realize that Mark Twain consciousness and awareness is larger than any other characters in the book. The part about the book that is so effective is the fact that Huck is too innocent and ignorant to understand what's wrong with his society, and what's right about his own transgressive behavior. After knowning this it's a little bit easier to understand the book. The backround of Mark Twain plays big parts in the book. There were many different views on the book. One writer wrote about life. When he wrote this review he stated that Mark
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