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The
Adventures
of
Huckleberry
Finn

Jamileth L
P.1

Mark Twain
Born on November 30, 1835, in
Florida, Samuel L. Clemens was also known as his famous pen name Mark
Twain. He went on to write several novels, including two major classics,
The Adventures of tom Sawyer and
Adventures of HuckleBerry Finn. He was also a journalist, Lecturer and inventor. Twain died on April 21,
1910 in Redding, Connecticut.

Setting

The timezone of the novel is somewhere
I believe that between 1835-1845. the setting
The setting of the impacts the wy novel is near the they talk and mississippi river town, the way the there are also various story is told. locations along the river though Arkansa

Huckleberry
Finn

P r o t a g o n i s t

The protagonist in this novel is a thirteen years old boy that is the narrator of this book. Huckle is forced to survive on his own wits.
Huckle can be described as an uneducated, thoughtful and committed sort of fellow. P r o t a g o n i s t

During the beginning of the novel Huck has a hard time with society and its attempts to civilize him. Later on this conflicts gain greater focus in huck dealing with
Jim . He doesn't know whether to turn Jim in or to protect and help his friends instead.

Antagonist
In the novel the antagonist is the society and its customs that allow slavery to exist.

Main Conflict
At the beginning of the novel, Huck struggles against society and its attempt to civilize him, represented by the widow Douglas, Miss watson, and other adults. Later, this conflict gains focus in Huck dealing with jim, as huck must decide whether to turn jim in, or to protect and help his friends instead.

Authors Writing
Since huck is our first-person narrator, The whole story is told in his voice. The grammar isnt perfect, and twain writes a lot of unpronounced words. Besides nailing Hucks education level, social background, and personality, Twain succeeded in telling the story through the eyes of a thirteen-years-old. The novel has drips of irony,like all those conversations where…