Huckleberry Finn By:Jonathan BRAVO

When was the adventures of Huckleberry Finn plubished?

The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn was originally plubished December 10, 1884. Twain saw Huck’s story as a kind of sequel , the new novel was focusing on the institution of slavery and other aspects of life in the antebellum South.

What were some of the most notable events, people, political views during this time?

  • Mark Twain impacted the world subtly. He spoke out on a variety of topics - slavery, religion. the Ugly American, the treatment of animals, prisoner.

How did Twain’s stories comment on society, the government, and the world?

  • In the 1950s, the book came under fire from African-American groups for being racist
  • in its portrayal of black characters, despite the fact that it was seen by many as a strong criticism of racism and slavery.
  • Huck narrates the story in his voice, offering colorful descriptions of the people and places they encounter along the way


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