As described by some, life is a search for meaning. Freedom, a core ingredient for meaning, is a central theme of Huckleberry Finn, written by Mark Twain. This book is about Huckleberry Finn, also known as Huck, and Jim's search for freedom and freedom in the eyes of others. Every character has his own view of freedom and in this essay, freedom in the eyes of three characters will be discussed. These are Huck, Jim
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values and Pap just looked for his own society, somewhere where he could be who he wants. This describes the search for freedom, the search for a place where you can be who you want, and there is no one to tell you to do otherwise. Although their searches for freedom were similar, they were different in that each one had his own individual vision of an ideal society in which he has this freedom.