Cynicism, idiocracy, facades are all words that come to one’s mind as one reads The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn by Mark Twain as he comments on the bitter commentary upon Man and his behavior. Throughout the novel Twain speaks through Huckleberry Finn, the protagonist of the novel. The commentary is episodic and gives prime examples of how he feels about this.
Trust is something that one gains over a period of time. As an
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these situations were happening. Twain has a notion of improvement. Nothing is perfect; and he shows how people in society can be changed for the better. Whatever one does, Twain feels that we should trust an individual, unless there is substantial reason not to. He also alludes that everyone is in a situation where fraudulent behavior is a must, and unless the behavior is harmful there is not a reason to rescind on the acquaintanceship.