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Jim as a True Hero
Even though, the novel The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn was written as a sequence to the other famous Twain's novel The Adventures of Tom Sawyer, it is anything else but a children's book. Filled with social, racial, and religious problems, this novel will rather exhaust the children than entertain them. The title of the novel reveals undoubtedly who the main character of the novel will be - Huck. However, sometimes people tend to confuse the term "character" with the term "hero", probably because in most of the stories, poems or novels the main character is the hero. Nevertheless, Mark…
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