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Huckleberry Finn

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BC: The End (:

FC: Feminism in Huckleberry Finn

1: Women of the Novel

2: Miss Watson: The Old Spinster

3: Miss Havisham

4: Widow Douglas: the kind hearted widow

5: Kate and Julia Morkan

6: Sally Phelps: The Perfect Woman

7: Carol Brady

8: The Wilks Sisters: Damsels in Distress

9: Disney Princesses

10: Emmeline Grangerford: The oddball

11: Luna Lovegood

12: Is this a fair assumption? No because women are just as complex as men and cannot be pressed down into one type of character. They have different aspects of personalities and not all are helpless, odd, perfect, or mean. The stereotypes were set by Twain in order to pick fun at women or at a specific thing such as poetry with Emmeline Grangerford using her odd obsession with death as a stab at poets like Edgar Allan Poe who made their livelihood on poems using gothic romanticism.

14: Women have to be the ideal mother

15: Women have to be Glamorous

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  • Title: Huckleberry Finn
  • Feminism in Huckleberry Finn by Cassie Cook
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  • Published: over 7 years ago