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Written thirteen decades ago, ‘The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn’ characterizes different societal circumstances but similar school of thought from tensions that continue today.
With vernacular this honest, Twain’s undertone explores the fact – quality people exist in unpleasant conditions.
All too often the public generalizes and discriminates subconsciously based on religious affiliation, political preference, tone of skin, culture, background, et cetera… but this American novel plants the seed of reflection as Huck narrates his adventures. Classic.