Mark twain the adventures of hukleberry finn
-summary of the novel huck escapes from the lonely cabin in which his drunken, brutal father had imprisoned him. on jacksons island he meets jim, a runaway slave. together they float down the mississippi river on a raft, occasionally stopping at the banks. in these brief episodes, huck participates in the lives of others, witnessing corruption, moral decay, and intellectual impoverishment. he learns from jim of the dignity and worth of a human being. life on the river comes to an end when jim is captured. huck, reunited with tom sawyer, helps him to escape, subordinating societys morality to his own sense of justice and honour.
the youth experience of the novelist is presented in the work the adventures of huckleberry finn, novel about life on the mississippi. the southern traditions, the situation of the negro slaves, the life during the xixth century in the south of the united states, all is presented in a h...
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