A look at American classics: "Huckleberry Finn" and "To Kill a Mockingbird".
A Look on American Classics
As Huck Finn travels down the Mississippi River, he stumbles upon some
people that are new to him. Scout rediscovers many of her fellow students,
and close neighbors and she must endure the horrors of mans feelings and
stereotypes. There are many things she does not understand, or is not meant
to. Despite this, she seems to see through the cloud of deception wrought by
her antediluvian elders, with the lantern of a pure, compassionate child.
Three major themes that Mark Twain and Harper Lee explore in Huckleberry
Finn and To Kill a Mockingbird are appearance ve…
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