Mojural And Moral Education In The Adventures Of Huckleberry Finn

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The distinction between right and wrong or good and bad behavior would be described as moral education, it's what every child learns from their parents at a young age. The author always gives the characters a choice that will define their righteousness in the novel, that will characterize them as the hero. In the novel “Adventures of Huckleberry Finn” the main character Huck faces many moral obstacles that brings to question the moral ethics of him and the other characters, but it also shows that regardless of the religious influence and social assumptions, it has taught Huck that to do right in society you must test the morals in the world.
Throughout the novel many themes are expressed by various quotes being stated by each character. One major theme that is shown in the novel would be moral education which helps a being develop manners that will help them advance into morally good behaved people. Huck stated the quote “ Right is right, and wrong is wrong, and a body ain’t got no business doing wrong when he ain’t ignorant and knows better”(chapter 36, page 247). In other terms every person knows what is morally honorable and what would be described as
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As you read through the story of Huck Finn and the adventures that he experienced, it shows the growing friendship and bond of two totally different people who are also of different race, and how they helped each other in times of need and grow into honest people. Huck begins to grow and form into a person who learns how to live away from what society expectations were, and learn the value of friendship and making decisions with his heart instead of listening to others opinion of what is right and wrong. All together this book teaches many life lessons on how to become your own person and how to follow our hearts and not to follow society's ways in

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