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Mark Twain uses Jim to express his views about slavery about the book Huckeberry Finn by Mark Twain.
Huckleberry Finn is a classic novel, bursting with countless plots, characters, hidden ideas, and one incredible friendship that outlast all of society's critical ideas. Controversy swirls around Jim, one of the primary characters in the novel. He and Huck become the best of friends, defying convention as Jim is black, and Huck is white. Concealed inside this novel are Twain's very own thoughts about societies during the 1800's when he wrote Huckleberry Finn. In doing this, Twain hoped to show his readers how badly African Americans were being treated and some of the hardships they had t…
- Mark Twain
- Mark Twain uses Jim to express his views about slavery about the book Huckeberry Finn by Mark Twain.
- The Life of Mark Twain/personal book analysis/review of literary critiscism
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