Mark Twain and His Humor. Explaining the Satire Mark Twain Used while Writing Huckelberry Finn
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If Mark Twain condoned slavery, the elements of freedom from slavery would not have been seen.
Huck himself appears to take Jim as an exception to the rule that black people are inherently inferior to whites. He recognizes that Jim "cared just as much for his people as white folks does for their'n" (Twain 131), but he still considers it a shame that the "respectable" Tom Sawyer "stooped" to the business of helping to rescue Jim.(Howells 2)
He even has the Widow Douglas bringing the slaves in for prayer at night. Huck and Jim have a very close relationship as shown in their conflicts on the river. For example Huck played a prank on Jims memory. When Jim found out what huck did ,Huck felt remorse "all you wuz thinkin 'bout wuz how you could make a fool uv ole Jim wid a lie" (Twain p.73). Huck, with much apathy, humbled himself to Jim. Here, on the raft away from society, Huck and Jim are almost equals.
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