The Huckleberry Finn adventures captivate readers of all ages. Within these adventures are numerous ways to learn, not only about a young boy and his friends, but of a time much different from our own. The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn open the door to our past, shining a light on issues that many find difficult. Understanding the historical context of the time this book was written enables readers to better comprehend the satire and irony that Samuel Clements created so skillfully. Articles in this guide touch on the question of banning this book as well as the symbolism found throughout the story, along with teaching ideas on themes, quotes and characters.
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