In the novel The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, the author, Mark Twain, displays a very continuous use of irony throughout the book. The reader during this adventurous novel enhances the use of irony. The reader is drawn closer to the book and get excited by the creativeness that Twain uses his irony. Although there have been many ironic events through the book, the first major event containing irony would have to be the devastating feud
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in his head and see what is happening. Irony is one of the key elements used throughout the novel to make the reader think and also to entertain him. Twain variety use of irony seen through the novel sometimes confuses the reader but brings the reader closer to the book. Without irony the book would have probably not been a book so the reader feels irony is used effectively through this wonderful and adventurous novel.