Essay about The Adventures Of Huckleberry Finn By Mark Twain

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In a civilized society, there are devastating situations that are filled with cruelty and hypocrisy. However, it is possible for people to stand against society for what is morally right because they have a mind of their own. For instance, at the age of thirteen, my older sister was told by the whole family and relatives to get marry and have children. However, she understands that she is not in Thailand, that she is now in America. In America, teenage girls do not get marry, they go to school. My sister saw how awful American society treated those who are without an education and how powerful it is to have an education. Therefore, she listened to herself and made her own decision to finish school. Now, she is well educated and happily married with children. In the novel "Adventures of Huckleberry Finn" by Mark Twain, Huck sees the harsh realities in society, and learn that they do not quiet make sense. Therefore, Huckleberry Finn is torn between what his heart tells him is right and what the society says is right. Through his experience and observation, he reject what his conscience tells him and follow his own reason and logic.

Twain created a conflict between "heart" and "conscience" within Huck. Heart is what a person believes from doing and seeing. In other words, a person 's heart comes from experience and observations. For instance, growing up, I did not have a father. So, I was told that males are cruel and abusive and I must not marry any when I grow up. However,…

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