The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn

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The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn

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The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn

Huck becomes sympatheticSecond example of how Huck changes is that Huck starts out as a person who does not care about many things and is very un-sympathetic . Jim brings to Huck's attention that he is treating Jim very badly. Huck apologizes to Jim and grows more sympathetic as a character. "It was 15 minutes before I could work myself up to go and humble myself to a nigger; but I done it, and I were not ever sorry for it afterwords, neither. I didn't do him no more mean tricks, and I wouldn't done them one it I'd a knowed it would make him feel that way. " Ch. 15 pg.49

Huck Becomes a dependable personHow Huck changed through out the story: First example of how Huck changed was Huck Finn goes from being immature to acting mature because of Jim. He was use to being the one that was always being taken care of. Being tossed back and forth made him think he was good for nothing, but when he helped Jim that all changed. He finally had somebody to take care of and somebody that depended on him. This made Huck more mature. ; "Please take it." "Says I," and don't ask me nothing- then I won't have to tell no lies." Ch. 4 Pg. 15

Accepting peopleLast example is that Huck figures out that people should be accepted by who they are, not what they look like. He realizes that all people are created equal and that nobody should be treated differently based on their appearance. " They said he could VOTE when he was at home. Well, that let me out. Thinks I, what is the country acoming to? It was 'lection day and I was just about to go and vote myself if I warn't too drunk to get there,; but when they told me there was a State in the country where they would let that nig... vote i drawned out. I says i'll never vote again." ch6. pg11

Growing upFourth example: Huck realizes Jim is a person and not a piece of property. He begins to treat Jim like a friend instead of somebody's slave. He starts noticing that he is just like anyother person in the world and should not be treated bad just because of his race. Jim and Huck become really good friends and he stays loyal to him in the long run. Huck is growing up and finally realizing that good things happen to good people in the future and to treat him good. " Well, it is a blame ridiculous way, en I doan' want to hear no mo' bout it. Dey ain't no sense in it. " Looky here, Jim. " Ch. 14 Pg , 39

Fed up with CivilizationThird example of how Huck changes is that Huck decides that American society as a whole is unacceptable and that he will have no part in it. He had gotten use to the widows ways earlier in the book, but when they were offered to him again he said he did not like civilization and that he had been there before. " How come you talk Huck Finn. Why, you would have to come when he rubbed it, whether you wanted to or not" Ch. 3 pg. 13


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