Quotes about the river in huckleberry finn
Huck Finn Quotes (38 quotes)
16 Huckleberry Finn Quotes Everyone Should Know
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The Mississippi River might as well be a national symbol; it's definitely a majorly important symbol for Huckleberry Finn.
i think you mastered the art of sublime
Symbolism, Imagery, Allegory
As Huck, Jim, and the other characters go downriver, these questions become inescapable. These seven words from chapter 31 are amongst the most memorable in American literature. At this point in the novel, Huck Finn has just realized the Duke and Dauphin have betrayed the runaway slave Jim and sold him into captivity. Jim will be transported back to Miss Watson if Huck Finn stands idly by. Once he has the letter in his hands, however, Huck decides to tear it up and save Jim. Strangely, Twain undercuts this powerful scene with a disturbing exchange between Huck Finn and Aunt Sally in the next chapter.