The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn. FINAL EXAM ESSAY (Essay Sample)
it is just the final exam essay , each of them just write one paragraph and total is two pages.
What is the relationship between Huck and Jim? How does it change when story change progress
The novel the great Gatsby take place in 1920, why is so effective for the time period. How was it realistic and how was it not?
Who was the only realistic character in the great Gatsby and why?
this essay must combine the book's material and need the your own idea
FINAL EXAM ESSAY
The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn
Huckleberry, Huck for short, loved fun as much as he loved freedom. His honesty can be seen throughout the book; however, if needed he would resort to deception. His relationship with Jim progressed morally enabling Jim’s dream of being free to become real. As a run-away slave, Jim changed Huck’s societal perception of slavery -- treating slaves like worthless animals as they are part-animal.
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