In this time period, it was socially acceptable to view slaves as property as opposed to real people because to many, they did the work that others did not want to do.
All my troubles was gone. Huck was not raised in accord with the accepted ways of civilization.
Huck experiences different types of adventures, some of which are innocent and childish, and some of which are serious and life-threatening. Throughout his life, he was taught that slaves were property and most people neglected to acknowledge that they are humans that have families, thoughts and feelings.
Mark Twain tells the story through the voice of Huck, the very kindhearted main character. In Huckleberry Finn's world, society has corrupted justice and morality to fit the needs of the people of the nation at that time. However, each adventure, whether directly or indirectly, contains and element of satire of Southern culture.June Edwards the author of "What's Moral About Huckleberry Finn" also believes that most critics do not understand Twain's method or completely ignore the satires used throughout the novel. Huck was able to achieve something that even today people struggle with. To both characters, the element of the river served as a protection from the outside world. Any type of essay. During his journey with Jim, he discovers that what people have always taught him, might not be the right thing. This is the second voice that Jim hears. The dominance of Huck's adventures 8 Pages Words The dominance of Huck"s adventures down the Mississippi River detracts from the impact of Twain"s social criticisms. Being flexible and formulating one's own opinions or ideas are aspects of maturity, but neither is possible without self-confidence.