Report about Language used in "Hucleberry Finn"
Twain & Finn: Breaking the Language Barrier
Mark Twain's use of language and dialect in the book
"Adventures of Huckleberry Finn" helped him to bring about the
overall feel that he conveyed throughout the book, allowing him to
show Huck Finn's attitudes and beliefs concerning the nature of
education, slavery, and family values.
When the story begins, Huck is seen as a young boy who
is not very educated nor wishes to be. He does not seem to care very
much for the attention that is given to him by the Widow Douglas,
who had taken him in for her son, and her sister, Miss Watson.
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