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Hi, need to submit a 1500 words essay on the topic A Huck in Mark Twains Novel Huckleberry Finn.Download file to see previous pages... Though Huck’s adventures are serious, his character is not alwa
Hi, need to submit a 1500 words essay on the topic A Huck in Mark Twains Novel Huckleberry Finn.Download file to see previous pages...
Though Huck’s adventures are serious, his character is not always serious. The novel is full of boyish fun-planning and accomplishments. In an article, “Mark Twain’s Blood Curdling Humor”, referring to humorous dimension of Huck’s character, Robert Bridges comments that Huck is the production of Mark Twain’s personal humor. He draws his readers’ attention to the preface of the novel where Twain himself warns his readers to search for any morale or motif. Still, Twain novel renders the serious message that excessive dependence on moral, social norms or regulations, etc tend to make a man dead. By running away from his father Huck actually runs away from the society that intimidates a man’s free soul. Twain has not allowed any room for such seriousness in his novel also.Robert Bridges further notes that Huck is the reflection of such light but pedagogic view of Twain. Huck’s humorous description of his father rather euphemizes the harmful relationship between a father and a son, while the revealing the detrimental effects of overly control of a father. In this regard Bridges draws the readers’ attention to the humorous tone of how Huck describes his father. Moreover, he indicates to the laughter-evoking act of killing a pig and uses its blood to deceive his father. This comic action of a boy rather dilutes the harmful effect of murder. Here Huck is committing any crime. Indeed he manages to achieve his long cherished freedom by this boyish action.