The Adventures Of Huckleberry Finn By Mark Twain

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Mark Twain the author of, The Adventures of Tom Sawyer and The Adventures of
Huckleberry Finn, is known for his skills and the great talent that he has when it comes to writing a novel that criticizes society. This is done by him to create the things that go on in society which is basically done by making things look in a bad way with the use of irony and just making plain humor out of it. Things that are most obvious in the novel of The Adventures of
Huckleberry Finn are that people criticize the media, the black people, and the biggest one is slavery. These were most pointed out by the author throughout the book.
The media was an issue in the book due to the fact that Mr. Twain satirized greatly. It is very obvious when Tom and his friends decide to make a gang in which they would rob people and end up killing them. All of this is comes up to their head as an idea because they see it all throughout the books that they read which is basically their media. “We stop stages and carriages on the road, with masks on, and kill the people and take their watches and money” (Twain 8).
This is an influence that the books, media all together, have on the people especially on the teenagers that try to follow the way that it is seen in the books and this causes them to also use words that they are not really familiar with, such as ransomed. “Oh that’s all very fine to say,
Tom Sawyer, but how in the nation are these fellows going to be ransomed if we don’t know how to do it to them? –
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