Rewriting Possibility: 76%
In the Fiction Book, the adventures of huckleberry Finn by mark twain is about loyalty and friendship. and reveals that a strong friendship can overcome any obstacle as long as you have true friends by your side. During the journey to find ourselves, friendship reminds us why began the journey to start with. When Huck is deciding whether to turn in Jim back to slavery, after writing the letter to Ms.Watson, he remembers the adventures and hardships they faced together. thinking back on their close friendship reminds Huck why he decided to help Jim escape slavery in the first place, after all he was “The the best friend old Jim ever had in the world, and the only one he’s got now” (chapter 31). This was actually a very interesting book, the way the chapters ended in such suspense kept me turning the pages faster than I could read. Huck Finn, abused by his drunk of a father, joins up with Jim, a runaway slave from his original home with a widow in st.Petersburg Missouri, and heads down the Mississippi River on a raft. Along the way, they encounter a deadly feud, a pair of con artists, and other characters from the pre-Civil War South. Throughout the story, Huck’s conscience and growing friendship with a “N—-r” wrestle with his common societal bred mindset about racial interactions, slavery, and deciphering between right and wrong. As the plot grows so does Huck’s respect and affection for Jim. And as hard as it is for him he even swallowed his pride and apologizes to Jim for playing such a cruel prank on him on the raft. Jim gets mad at Huck for making a fool of him after he had worried about him so much. “What do dey stan’ for? I’s gwyne to tell you. When I got all wore out wid work, en wid de callin’ for you, en went to sle.
. . over what was right and what was wrong. overtime the two developed a very strong friendship and they had each others backs through everything. you could tell that Jim was extremely grateful to Huck fro helping him because he went along with everything Huck said he he even took longer shifts on look out duty just so that Huck could have a longer nights sleep. he did small things such as that to show his appreciation. Huck society-bred ideas about slavery and racism were immensely altered throughout this book. in the beginning he was questioning whether or not send Jim back to slavery and in the end he went to the fullest extent, with the help of tom sawyer of course, to get him out of slavery. this book is an eye opener, in many ways to the way people operated pre-civil war. The symbolism in the book was very satisfactory as well as the imagery and tone of the novel.