Essay on The Adventures Of Huckleberry Finn

2061 Words Sep 11th, 2015 9 Pages
William Feather once said “One way to get the most out of life is to look upon it as an adventure.” That is exactly what Mark Twain did in his classic novel, The Adventure of Huckleberry Finn. Despite the fact that many people and schools find the book containing vulgar language and not appropriate. The tale of Huck Finn and his adventure down one of the greatest rivers in America deem the novel to be a classic American tale. Huckleberry Finn doesn’t grow up like a happy everyday kid. There is no mention of his mother in the novel. His father was an alcoholic also considered the town joke. Huck Finn’s father used Huck to make money by making Huck do the labor. His father took him away from the town into a secluded area of the town. From there Huckleberry plans for a couple of days and finally escapes using a canoe and a raft he makes his journey down to Jackson’s Island, where no person really visits. During his stay at the island Huckleberry runs into an old acquaintance, Jim. However, Jim has a secret that only, Huck knows. Jim is a run away slave from old Miss Watson’s plantation, whom Huck is familiar with. Jim promises not to tell anyone that Jim ran away. However, it only gets tougher due to the fact that Jim cannot travel in the morning light and neither can Huck because there is a reward for finding both of them. It is difficult to fathom the hardships and struggle that both, Jim and Huck go through. In order to protect, Jim, Huck becomes very fraudulent making up…

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