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huck fin1

The Adventures of huckleberry fin is a story of a boy who grows up in a small river town, where he is abused by his father and the rest of society. Jim, a runaway slave, meets up with him for an adventure down the Mississippi River. The Mississippi River plays an important role in The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn. In the story HuckFinn,the Mississippi River is an important and also symbolic part of the story and its plot. During the story, the river provides means of escape for characters, influences them to make positive moral decisions , and provides a chance for freedom. The symbolism of the Mississippi River in the book The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn gives the book unique structural form.It is considered a fundamental element in the structure of the novel and each adventure that ...

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