The Educational Views of Huck Finn
The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, by Mark Twain, is a well written piece of literature for secondary school students to read. This novel has many views and situations which can be beneficial for a high school reader. Huck Finn shows a real view of life in the South in the late 1800's. The novel also traces the maturity of an authentic character from this time period. Through the use
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Mark Twain, should be read by secondary school pupils for its rich lessons. Although racial views are expressed in the novel, Mark Twain conveys to the reader a message of anti-racism through the changes revealed in Huck's relationship with Jim. Huck Finn displays examples of a boy's maturity, a view of Southern life in the late 1800's, and a more distinct view inside a slaves thoughts which combine to bring an educational benefit to reader.