Adventures of Huckleberry Finn
Adventures of Huckleberry Finn Symbolism, Imagery & Allegory
Sometimes, there’s more to Lit than meets the eye.
"Muddy Mississippi." "Ol' Man River." "Proud Mary." And even more, if you want them. The Mississippi River might as well be a national symbol; it's definitely a majorly important symbol for Huckleb...
We're kind of point A to point B people at Shmoop. Give us a nice four-wheel drive and a good stretch of highway—or, better yet, an airplane with a loaded iPad. But not Huck and Jim. Their vehicl...
Man, Twain loved the Bard. There the duke and king rehearsing on the boat with an odd amalgamation (now there's a $5 word that just means "mix") of the greatest soliloquies of all time in one total...
Huck, a symbol? We think so. Sure, he's a great, well-rounded character—but he could also be seen as a symbol for America. (See Huck's "Character Analysis" for a few thoughts.) Check out the very...
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