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Metzger 1 Brett Metzger Instructor Neuding English III, Period B 10 February 2011 Growing up Huck Finn a thrilling novel written by Mark Twain of boyhood told trough a mischievous little know as Huck Finn. On an island Huck runs away from his abusive father after he had kidnapped him, he then finds himself on an island with his new friend Nigger Jim. Huck and his new friend Nigger Jim decide travel down The Mississippi River, in search of freedom, and have themselves a variety of adventures, in which Huck learns the fact of life. Huck Finns adventures down the river represent his path to maturity the farther he goes the more he learns, when he started his adventure Huck was dishonest, irresponsible, uncivilized, and just plain out bad just as most boys are but little by little the river taught him his lessons. An analysis of Huck’s journey demonstrates how Growing up is done through life experiences and learning by trial and error. No one can grow up overnight; it is impossible, But as our prospective on life and the
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