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Brielle's Huck Finn

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FC: Huckleberry Finn | By: Brielle Blaire

2: *Slavery exists in the south but not in the north *Post civil war 1880s *Stronger fugitive slave laws *In rural mid-west Few schools *No libraries, theaters, or museums *Compromise; 1850

4: The effects of color

5: Great Grandparents | Grandparents | Pare | *Color doesn’t determine attitude *Friendship has no color *People let color cloud their judgement *Even though Jim is a black slave *Huck doesn’t see him as such *At the beginning Huck saw Jim as a black man but as the story went on Jim’s color or race faded away and Huck didn’t see him as a colored but as a friend *Huck allowed his judgement to become clear by looking past Jim’s color

6: *Obsession with money *Selfish *Careless *Power Hungry

8: Jim | * Slave Black *Practical *Uneducated *Superstitious *Selfless *Runaway slave

9: *Narrator *Age: 13 *Outcast *Uneducated *Thoughtful *Father is a local drunk *Runs away | Huck

13: * The people you hang around can definitely affect your mind. For example if you have a negative friend you will eventually become the same way and vice versa. *Moods are contagious. * "One bad apple spoils the whole bunch"

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