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Interesting tale of independent life
Feb 25, 2006 12:16 PM 3918 Views
(Updated Feb 25, 2006 12:17 PM)

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The story starts with the hero Winning a big cash, but he's so very different, hates wearing new clothes but needs independence. It showcases the thinking of people not just Huck. It showcases all things that are needed to live in a society, it is a good Moral story in a way the way Huck tells us Borrowing is a soft word for stealing. Must read for all lovers of adventures and those who want to know how a naughty brat can teach manners!. Mark Twain is very clear and specific about what Huck does and also the way Huck shows that he is killed seems very logical! More and more emphasis is given on the way he likes the life at the beginning and the way he starts hating it later on. It also showcases the way the nation was at that time by portraying the character who wants to leave and reach orange free state!


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