The Adventures Of Huckleberry Finn By Mark Twain

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In Adventures of Huckleberry Finn Mark Twain novel the main character Huck is a little boy whose “conscience come into a collision and conscience suffers defeat.” Huck Moral develop throughout the moral. At the beginning Huck is just a boy who loves adventure, refuses to be “sivilized” and didn’t take responsibility for his action when he did things wrong, but throughout the novel Huck’s relationship with Jim helps him to develop his morality and learn to follow his conscience. After Huck faking his death and goes on an adventure, he finds a runaway slave Jim, Huck plans to help Jim run away. They became a really good friend from their adventure together. One day Huck wants to play a prank on Jim and scared him because according to Jim finding and touching a snake’s shed skin would bring a bad luck. So Huck is being a kid he plays a joke on him. Huck puts a dead rattlesnake near Jim’s sleeping place, and while he’s sleeping the snake mate comes and bites Jim. Jim’s leg get really swells and he was sick for couples of days but he gets better after several days. But Huck did not tell Jim that he’s the reason why Jim got bit by a snake. Huck says “Then I slid out quiet and throwed the snakes clear away amongst the bushes; for I warn’t going to let Jim find out it was all my fault, not if I could help it” (Twian 55). He’s not very mature at this point in the chapter. And Huck did as any kids would do when they did a mistake, not just a kid even some adult do this sometimes. At

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