Huckleberry finn satie, by mark twain
Satire in Huckleberry Finn
A key literary element of Huckleberry Finn is satire. Huck is among one of the most satiric characters ever created. Much of the novel deals with social commentary of the people and places along the Mississippi river in the south.
There are three separate escapades in which social commentary is offered by the novel. The first concerns the two slave hunters who approach the raft. After Huck makes them believe that his father is aboard with small pox. Twain is showing the fear with which people treat other sick people. Rather than offer help, the two men try to bu…
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