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Freedom vs. Morality in Huckleberry Finn
Freedom VS Morality
Freedom and morality are represented in the novel "The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn" as key concepts to how they relate to the story, society and me.
Freedom is presented in the book as being a major role. This role comes in when how Huck Finn does whatever he wants freely without anything getting in his way and without listening to other people's worries and disregards they might have. Huck doesn't exactly follow the rules but basically does whatever he pleases, just like any other free boy would. For example when Huck escapes from his father, he didn't really ca…
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