Huck finn essay (2)

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The Adventure of Huckleberry Finn Essay #5 In the book, The Adventure of Huckleberry Finn , personal beliefs cause great devastation and chaos in the world because of conflicts. These conflicts create many problems in the novel for characters. Their beliefs lead to alienation of social class which is the major factor of corruption in society. This has tremendously affected society’s ethical values and suppositions. One of the main characters, Huck, is torn apart within his self esteem because he has no support in the novel; this drifted him apart from society’s values. He repeatedly says, “I felt lonesome I most wished I was dead” (Twain 3) which proved his seclusion. Huck is fed up with society’s morals and assumptions. His views on society are hateful because society always belittles him and his conscience. He got “tiresome and lonesome” (Twain 3) because he did not like being pecked at. Huck wants freedom, he did not want to live the way society lives. He wanted to be independent from his father, aunt, and most of all the society.
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This note was uploaded on 04/20/2011 for the course HISTORY 1302 taught by Professor Nazzal during the Spring '10 term at HCCS.

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