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Essay Galaxy - The Three Angles From Which The Adventures Huckleberry Finn Can Be Viewed The Three Angles From Which The Adventures Huckleberry Finn Can Be Viewed

In Mark Twain's classic novel, Huckleberry Finn, the title character, Huck, spends his days full of exciting adventure after adventure; however, Huckleberry Finn, is more than just an adventure novel. In fact, Huckleberry Finn can be viewed from three different angles: as an adventure story, as a drama of moral conflict, and as a picture of the world. Perhaps the most obvious angle from which Huckleberry Finn can be viewed is as an adventure story. As I already stated, Huck spends a majority of the novel on adventure after adventure. The novel even opens with an adventure when Huck and his old friend Tom Sawyer sneak off in the night. The first half of the novel is actual....

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