October 5, 2007

Adventures Of Huckleberry Finn by Mark Twain

Huck Finn is an American classic that teaches the values in personal liberties. Huck has to over come society and racism. He finds love and becomes friends with society's out casts. Huck achieves autonomy by coming into his own. As the novel is read you watch Huck grow up and mature from a kid in the beginning only looking to steal and cause trouble to someone who is caring and equalizes himself with other races, treats all equal, and does good for society in his way and touches everyone he meets. The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn teaches lessons about life in a way that all can either relate to in some way or can understand at the very least.

Chosen by
Alexander Nix
Concord, NH

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