Huckleberry Finn

Huckleberry Finn

In the novel The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn the

River itself becomes a central character. The River helps

the characters to be themselves. The River helps Jim

escape from his oppression of being a slave. The River

helps Huck escape from an abusive relationship with his

Pap and the troubles he encounters with society. Also

while Huck is on the River he can be himself with Jim. He

doesn?t have to lie about who is really is. Huck and Jim?s

goal on the River is to reach Freedom. In the novel The

Adventure?s of Huckleberry Finn written by Mark Twain the

River becomes a central character because it exemplifies

the importance to the plot, its? characteristics and its

symbolicness for the characters. The River plays a very

important role in the novel. The River plays the role of

transportation to the characters Huck and Jim. It provides

a route to Freedom for them. It also gives them a route to

the place they are trying to reach which is Cairo. The

River also provides food for Huck and Jim because without

the food provided by the River

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