The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn By: Agapito Flores

The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn were published in December 10,1884.

Some of the most notable events that were notice during this time were when cowboys, Indians, outlaws began to move in a different direction, towards civility and unfornutaly, reservation.

Twain's stories comment on society because of the humorist act on the story, on the government it had also a great comment because of how it was message sent to those who were in the shadows that the government couldn't see and had to change, it also had comments on the world because his books were for everybody who wanted to read them but it also wasn't for everybody, he wrote those books by writing a message in them to those ones that weren't seen by society and those ones who were scared, sent to reservations etc.

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