The Contrast Between Land and Water in Huckleberry Finn
In Huck Finn, Huck and his companions travel through the Mississippi river and are able to experience free will. Their voyage through the expansive body of water has multiple meanings, as the river embodies the growth of the young and impressionable product of society- Huck.
Prior to his adventures in the river, Huck led an almost normal childhood. Like other children, he grew in a cruel, racist society, where the belief that the white race was superior to others, particularly Blacks, was commonplace. Huck was also the son of an abusive, alcoholic father. It was from this dejecting experie…
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