Huckleberry Finn

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Huckleberry Finn, a fictional character from The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn by Mark Twain, has seen more than his fair share of controversy over the many years he has been published. At the very beginning of his existence Huck was banned in more places than not because he set a bad example for anyone who read his story. I believe that Huck is a good role model for many reasons, including his views on slavery, good sense of morality and his ability to stay true to himself. Huck is a good kid and his story should be read everywhere. Huck is such a good kid is his views on slavery. Through out the book, Huck has been nothing but kind to Jim, even though he’s a slave. Huck doesn’t see color. Everyone around Huck sees Jim as a slave, a bottom of the barrel piece of property. He’s uneducated and unequal to white people, but Huck doesn’t think that. He sees Jim as a friend and actually cares about him. He’s able to treat Jim with respect and see him as an equal. In chapter 31, Huck is trying to come up with something mean about Jim to think about so he can turn Jim in or at least write...

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