Slavery In Mark Twain´s Huckleberry Finn

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Thesis: In Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, Mark Twain uses Jim to explain that slavery was a wrong institution because whites treated blacks like they were a different species, which was wrong because blacks are humans too.

TS1 Violence: In Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, violence is seen as one of the most vulgar aspects of slavery because humans beat and other humans and deprive them of their basic amenities.

TS2 Family Separation: Miss Watson shows how separation of families was another reason why slavery was bad because it was moved humans away from their families and shows how society puts themselves before their slaves.

TS3 Lack of Equality: Mark Twain uses Pap and Jim to demonstrate how equality is not a virtue in their society because Pap’s stereotypical views on black rights made blacks look subhuman and all Jim wants is to be seen as the human he is.

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Mark Twain uses Jim and Pap to demonstrate how equality is not a virtue in their society because Pap’s stereotypical views on black rights made blacks look subhuman and all Jim wants is to be seen
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TS1 Violence: In Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, violence is seen as one of the most vulgar aspects of slavery because humans beat and other humans and deprive them of their basic amenities.

TS2 Family Separation: Miss Watson shows how separation of families was another reason why slavery was bad because it was moved humans away from their families and shows how society puts themselves before their slaves.

TS3 Lack of Equality: Mark Twain uses Pap and Jim to demonstrate how equality is not a virtue in their society because Pap’s stereotypical views on black rights made blacks look subhuman and all Jim wants is to be seen as the human he is.

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