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Study Notes for the Adventures of Huckleberry Finn. Useful for students having seminars on this book, but only notes, not an essay. (Two-Column Notes Style).
Huckleberry Finn: He's the narrator of the novel. He's rebellious, opposing the ways of Widow Douglas, and preferring not to be neat and tidy all the time, and not following customs of the society. He seems to be more materialistic than religious, but he has a sense of adventure and is rather daring, as shown by him joining Tom Sawyer's gang or journeying down the river.
Tom Sawyer: He's Huck's friend, but is very dominating over his friends and especially influential over Huck, who believes many things he says, such as rubbing a lamp to get a genie. Tom is ver…
- Romeo and Juliet - Study Notes
- Study Notes for the Adventures of Huckleberry Finn. Useful for students having seminars on this book, but only notes, not an essay. (Two-Column Notes Style).
- Tilte is "Young Love" and it is an essay about the impolsive behaviors of Romeo Juliet, and Friar Laurance (the priest).
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