Huckleberry Finn Decision Analysis

analytical Essay
775 words
775 words

In the two books we’ve read, and the one movie we watched, the characters have made some major decisions. The first big decision that happened was in Angela’s Ashes, in this book Frank McCourt makes the decision to move out of his house and go live with his Uncle Ab. The second decision we learned about was in The Crucible, this decision happened at the end when John Proctor decided not to sign the confession statement. The third and final decision we read about was in the book The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, in this decision Huck decides that he is not going to turn Jim in. In the next few paragraphs I am going to be giving the consequences to each decision and what happened after that decision.

The biggest decision in Frank McCourt's life was when he leaves Laman Griffin’s house. The outcome of this event is that Frank moves into his Uncle Ab’s house, and he doesn’t know how he is going live until he starts his job. “He says there’s no food in this house, not a scrap of bread, and when he falls asleep I take …show more content…

He knew that society wanted him to turn Jim in, but he knew inside of him that it wasn’t right. He was struggling with himself on the raft that it almost drove him crazy, “Well, I can tell you it made me all over trembly and feverish, too, to hear him because I begun to get it through my head that he was most free - who was to blame for it? Why, me.”. In this quote he was in one of the phases that he thought that he was to blame for not turning Jim in. He went back and forth, and then he eventually decided that he would do the “wrong thing” and not turn Jim in. The only consequences to Huck’s choice was that Jim had to hide every time somebody came by, but that isn’t really a consequence considering what else they went through in the story. In the end it worked out because he had a companion on his journey, and he helped him along in some

In this essay, the author

  • Analyzes how the characters in angela's ashes, the crucible, and the adventures of huckleberry finn have made major decisions.
  • Opines that frank mccourt's biggest decision was when he left laman griffin’s house. he moved into his uncle ab, who only had enough money for himself.
  • Analyzes how john proctor, from the crucible, decided not to sign the confession document because he had nothing to lose. he died a truthful man and was hung. both choices had equal consequences.
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