Troublesome To Do Right, discusses the morality of Huck in "The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn" by Mark Twain
Troublesome To Do Right
With his novel The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, Mark Twain was able to poke, prod, and cast doubt on the society he grew up in. But he did it subtly, through the eyes of a child. When Huck questions something, it is Twain's unobtrusive way of pointing out the moral flaws of his society. And more specifically, "The dynamic theme throughout [The Adventures of] Huckleberry Finn is the unresolved dialectic between the moral responsibility of the individual, and the morality of the society through which he moves and against which he must function."(Sims) Throughout th…
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