Racism and Mark Twain’s Huckleberry Finn
Since the very first printing of The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, the book has always been a very controversial one, to say the least. Many people misunderstand Mark Twain’s intentions when he wrote this book. He just wanted to tell a story, not preach hate. He does a very good job of demonstrating the culture of the late eighteen hundreds. In no way is The Adventures of
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very poorly at best. From receiving beatings, to the constant belittling, the slaves endured a lot of hardships. The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn did an excellent job of illustration those hardships. In no way was the book racist or discriminatory towards blacks or anyone. The book uses accurate dialogue and a realist point of view to show how blacks were treated in that time period. If anything, there should be more books like this one.