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Embedding Quotes/Textual Evidence Practice Part 2Embed the given quote/evidence into the paragraph provided. Be sure to embed at least twoparts of the quote/evidence that I have provided for you. Reminders:1. You can change/add/remove words in the response to fit as long as it still makes sense; use brackets inthe quotes, if necessary, so the response still flows2. Do not start a sentence with a quote3. Avoid using a quote in the topic sentence 4. No quote can stand alone, there must be analysis after5. Don’t forget to put the page number in correct MLA formatAdventures of Huckleberry Finnby Mark TwainTheme:Hypocrisy of a civilized society1.Quote:“Well, I did. I said I wouldn’t, and I’ll stick to it. Honest injun I will. People would call me a low down Ablitionist and despise me for keeping mum – but that don’t make no difference” (32).Response Huck is referring to the fact that although he now knows Jim is a runaway slave he will keep his word and not turn him in. It seems apparent that Huck’s word is “Honest injun”(32) and is something he takes very seriously despite the fact he is portrayed as an uneducated,

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