The theme "fraud" in Huckleberry Finn, by Mark Twain
What could be one of the worst ways to make money? It would be something that would deceive human trust and beliefs and use it for doing fraud. In the story Huckleberry Finn, two people use fraud for living; "Dauphin (Luis XVII)" and the "Duke of Bridgewater." Dauphin, commonly called as the "king," is a man is in the seventies, bald-headed with gray whiskers. The other person, introduced as the "duke," is in the thirties. These two materialistic con-artists use their sagaciousness to deceive people's trust and earn money.
<Tab/>The first fraud we see is the fake medicine. Th…
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