Essay about The Adventures Of Huckleberry Finn By Mark Twain

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What would you think if you were in the shoes of a person running away from home to free a slave? In the book of Adventures of Huckleberry Finn he learns many new lessons that will later better his morality. Hucks journey takes him away from home and leads him to the river down south since he wasn’t able to make it up north. Mark Twain teaches us that it’s okay to be different and do the right thing. Huck Finn receives help from multiple people known and unknown to help form his morality.
Huck is a little skeptical about religion, Miss Watson tells him he should do it every day, because it will give him anything he wanted. His problem is the way he uses it, he asked for fish hooks when he prays because he 's already got the line. Huck says “Once I got a fish- line, but no hooks” (Twain 14). Huck said that after he tried praying to see if it was true or not. He doesn 't receive it, so after doing it 3 or 4 times and it still doesn 't work he starts to feel like it 's not really unlike what Miss. Atson has said. She 's trying to teach him a good practice, but after he has accepted what she told him what to do he is now rejecting because it 's not doing what he said it would do for him. She wants Huck to do this for himself so that if he gets in trouble he knows what to do to ask for help. Huck is a little confused about what Miss. Watson is trying to teach him, because he is using it in the wrong way.

Jim thinks that something went wrong with Huck that they got stuck on the…

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