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Mark twain used huck as narrator to see the innocent view of these difficult adult themes. in the eyes of a child, the morality of the situations he finds are much more concerning than most adult issues for only at such a young age.

Adventures of Huckleberry Finn has several themes in the story to create a situation. the story is of a young boy, Huck, and a slave, Jim. They go through the adventures with their behaviors, and human development during a journey down the Mississippi River that brings them into a lot of issues with the society around them. All huck and jim wanted was freedom, but they cant get that because of the society they're around along the river.

Tom sawyer and Huckleberry Finn both had a bit in common. They both loved going on adventures, even where it was pretend. Tom and huck were really loyal to friends but Tom was more imaginative but in some ways the less kind hearted of the two.

In 1846, when he was 11 his father died of pneumonia. he quit school and became a printer’s apprentice with the Hannibal Journal to help support his family. From the ages of 18 to 22 he worked as a printer. It became an immediate success and allowed him to have a job with the Sacramento Union. The Sacramento Union commissioned him to visit hawaii, to write the first of a series of travelogues that became extremely popular. The following year he traveled to the Mediterranean, Europe and the Middle East. He often drew from his life in his writings.
His first book was The Innocents Abroad was published in 1869. A small character became the hero in The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, published in 1885, which has been known has the "greatest novel". He wrote a total of 28 books along with essays, articles, and short stories.
Four of his books were published after he passed away:
Mark Twain's Autobiography
Mark Twain's Notebook
Letters from the Earth
Queen Victoria's Jubilee

As he predicted, he died on April 21, 1910, of a heart attack, the day after Halley’s Comet made its closest pass. He was 74 years old.

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