Huck Finn - Time and Locations Influence
There is no doubt that the location and time of Huck Finn influenced Twain's depiction of the characters. This was a time period in which slavery was considered acceptable. There were definitely nasty owners who had fifty slaves or more, beat a lot of them and raped some of the females. However there were also some genuinely nice, decent people who owned a slave or two because that was what you did in this Southern society.
Location is huge too because the labor in southern states is much harder than that of in the north. Help is needed oftentimes and for that many people turned to blacks…
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