Huck vs Jim in the novel by MArk Twain The Adventures of Hockleberry Finn.
In the novel Huckleberry Finn by Mark Twain, two characters are portrayed, revealing themselves as heroic figures. Huck and Jim, two opposites traveling down the Mississippi River searching for freedom, land into predicaments were they must use their wits to overcome. Huck and Jim's strengths and weaknesses determine the outcome of their escape from "sivilization".
Huck has the ability to adapt to almost any situation through dishonesty. Huck lies, cheats, and swindles his way down the river. "All right then I'll go to hell," Huck says when he realizes he is betraying society…
- Huck vs Jim in the novel by MArk Twain The Adventures of Hockleberry Finn.
- Mark Twain
- The Life of Mark Twain/personal book analysis/review of literary critiscism
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