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English Essay Huckleberry Finn

English Essay Huckleberry Finn - Arsh Chopra The Adventures...

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Arsh Chopra The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn is a novel about a boy who is learning to do what he feels is best. Huckleberry Finn learns that even if something is against the law, it might be necessary to do it anyway. Symbols and motifs appear throughout this novel as Huck travels along. The characters in this story follow archetypal patterns and can be analyzed just like in any other novel. Themes within the characters and their feelings are present throughout the plot of The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn . Symbols are shown constantly during the novel and are also seen through the characters in the novel. A major symbol in The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn is the hope of freedom for Jim. What Jim wants more than anything is to be free and able to walk around without a bounty. The travel down the Ohio River to Cairo represents the free lands and signifies freedom for Jim. Another symbol in this novel is the raft that Jim and Huck use to get down the river. This raft is the escape from the world because when
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