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Huck Finn Debate
The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn Debate
Mark Twain is a "racist writer", his writing is offensive to black readers, and deserves no place on today's bookshelves.The novel is racist, and many characters use the "N" word throughout the book. In one scene, Aunt Sally hears of a steamboat explosion. "Good gracious! anybody hurt?" she asks. "No'm," comes the answer. "Killed a "N".
This shows and makes kids think that black people aren't really people and that is wrong.Mark Twain's use of dialect for Jim, writing out sounds rather than words, portrays Jim as a stupid character. In this…
- Huck Finn by Mark Twain vs. Society
- Huck Finn Debate
- The Adventures Of Huck Finn by Twain; List all the superstions and relate them to Huck and Jim. Tell how they originated and why Jim And Huck believed in them
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