The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn Chele Ang

Huckleberry Finn was published on February 18th 1885, but the story took place during the mid-nineteenth century.

Huckleberry Finn, Jim, Tom Sawyer, & Pap Finn are some of the notable characters. Probably one of the more memorable events was when Huck ran away and bumped into Jim; because of that very moment, it led to the adventures they both went through. Politically speaking, laws still enforced slaves to be sold, hence the difference in societal views.

Because Huck doesn't really fit in with society at the time, he views things in a different aspect and narrates the story from his side of story. As Twain wrote this, it was as if he was making Huck narrate the story through his own eyes.

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