Mark Twain’s novel The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn is a novel about a young boy’ s coming of age in the Missouri in the mid 1800‘s. It is the story of Huck’s struggle to win freedom for himself and Jim, a run away slave. This novel deals with numerous of social issues such as slavery and humanity morals and values .
Society believes that slaves should be treated as property; Huck, who had befriended a runaway slave, sees Jim as a person, not property. Though out the novel Huck fights a internal battle by deciding weather he should turn Jim in to the authorities because society has told him what Jim is doing is wrong or should he help Jim escape the precaution and humility of slavery because he knows in his heart what he is doing is right. In the end, Huck Finn decides that he would rather disobey society’s teachings about slavery, than betray his friend by returning him to his previous condition .This novel relates to this course because this novel show you that you shouldn’t make society’s views influences your individual judgements you should make your own beliefs and perceptions on issues.Order now
Hucks views on slavery shows how society views on certain issues can sometimes be wrong someone has to be brave enough to break what others assume is correct and just, and make decisions for themselves and the ability to stand on our own and do something about it Like Huck did in the novel. This novel is making a powerful statement, that following society’s norms are not always correct that being a individual