Huckleberry Finn - Satire
Throughout his novel, "The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn," Mark Twain uses satire to emphasize what he finds especially erroneous in the world. His favorite human failures include so-called morality and individualism as he satirizes them often throughout the course of Jim and Huck's journey.
One case appears at the very beginning of the story - when the new judge awards Pap full custody of Huck. Twain is poking fun at the judge's naivety at this point because first of all, the judge believes he can change Pap and secondly because he gives up so easily - after only a day - and calls Pap a…
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