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"Huckleberry Finn" by Mark Twain as a Satire of American Culture
Twain's Complete American Satire
Huckleberry Finn is a complex novel chock full of hidden messages. In fewer than 300 pages, Twain is able to address many controversial issues, including slavery, religion, racism, truth, and most importantly society as a whole. Twain's satire is a multi-pronged attack on American culture, most specifically the South, and is dominated by his attack on the people and their customs. He portrays the poor, lower class citizens as witty, resourceful, and intelligent, while the wealthier citizens are ignorant, hypocritical, and deceitful. …
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