The Adventures Of Huckleberry Finn By William Twain

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Samuel J. Tibbs S.Tibbs (1) Mr. Bassett ENG4U May, 2015 The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, considered to be one of America’s greatest works of literature to this date, highlights Huck’s relationships with primary and secondary characters that he meets whilst journeying down the mississippi river. Through Huck’s development of these relationships, his development as an individual is quite evident as novel progresses. So why is it that relationships are such a great influence to Huck? How have these relationships developed his character? To begin, we would have to look at Huck as an individual and how we are introduced to him as the novel begins. Huckleberry Finn is the protagonist and narrator of Huckleberry Finn. Huck, born and raised in St. Petersburg, Missouri is around the age of thirteen and the son of the town drunk. Huck’s personality can be defined by his hunger for self development, as he strives to educate himself unlike his friends. This aspiration of education for a boy like Huck is not normal to the society he lives in. However,
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