Essay on The Adventures Of Huckleberry Finn By Mark Twain

1041 Words Jan 14th, 2016 5 Pages
Helen Keller once said “I would rather walk with a friend in the dark than walk in the light alone.” In The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, by Mark Twain. Huck has a very special friendship with a man named Jim, a slave that is on his way to freedom, they decide to team up to escape from their old lives, Huck Finn, a young boy who loves an adventure, has help from another young boy named Tom Sawyer, who thrives to make adventures more complicated and is very immature. Through the contrast of Tom the progress of Huckleberry Finn 's maturation is seen growing greatly through his journey as young man. Huck and Jim would rather be together in a bad situation then be alone and that is why they have such an inseparable relationship. Throughout the book you will see Hucks maturation, how strong Huck 's friendship is with Jim, how he gets past his child abuse growing up, and how he shows equality towards everyone no matter who they are. Firstly, Hucks childhood abuse has helped him mature and make the right choices.He was raised by his dad who was a drunk and always got into trouble, and would abuse Huck. Huck says “He used to whale me when he was sober and could get his hands on me”(11). Huck was a smart young boy but had troubling situations like this,but it only made him more mature. Huck almost got used to his father beating him and since he grew up with no mother he hadn 't known of anything else and he is still able to overcome it with his maturation.Another…

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