12 Jul 2009

Essays on The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn

The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, Mark Twain’s (Samuel Clemens) second book about young boys growing up and the adventures they have along the way, is the sequel to his previous classic, The Adventures of Tom Sawyer.  Published in 1883, Huckleberry Finn picks up where Tom Sawyer left off.  Sharing many of the main characters, Huckleberry Finn continues Twain’s exploration of young men coming of age, learning the hard lessons of life during the era prior to the civil war.

Huckleberry Finn, being Tom Sawyer’s best friend, was no less precocious than Tom was, at least at first.  Hearing of Huck and Tom’s good fortune (the money recovered from Injun Joe during the first book), Huck’s estranged father, Pap Finn, returns to town, demanding custody of Huck and his money.  A well-intentioned but misguided judge grants the demand and even takes Pap into his own home, hoping to reform Pap’s drunken ways.  Needless to say, this arrangement does not last long, leading to conditions that prompt Huck to fake his own death.

Through a series of adventures exposing the issues of racism and fraudsters, Huck learns many hard lessons about the society in which he lives and like his friend Tom, proves his own courage and honor in the manner in which he handles each challenge.

  • The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn has drawn scathing criticism over the years due to its use of the term “nigger,” being seen as insulting to African-American citizens.  Analyze this issue from the context of justice, reflecting on the appropriateness of applying modern day values to historic works such has Huckleberry Finn.
  • Compare and contrast the characters of Tom Sawyer and Huckleberry Finn.  In what ways are the two boys alike?  In what ways are they different?  How do these similarities and differences affect the interaction of the two boys in the books?

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