Huck Finns Journey into Adulthood

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"Huckleberry Finn's Journey into Adulthood"
In Mark Twain's novel The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, we experience the harsh ways of society through the escapades of a boy who has run away from home. Huck learns to see the true society he is a part of by encountering a variety of people, experiences, and decisions he must make. Huck takes lessons from Miss Watson on her views of religion and right and wrong. The king and the duke prove to Huck that there are always some people remaining, who are inhumane. Through Jim, Huck faces many moral decisions and he goes against society to save a man whom he never considered being a life long friend. Huck’s journey changes him in many ways and helps determine what kind of adult he becomes.
Miss Watson tries to show Huck the good of Christianity. However, he is unable to grasp her concept of religion no matter how hard he tries. She tries to tell him about Moses and the Bulrushers, but he does not care for the past and ;…takes no stock in dead people.; Miss Watson tells Huck that if he prays for something, he will receive it. Huck decides to test the theory and is let down. He says, ;It warn;t so. I tried it. Once I got a fish-line, but no hooks. I tried for the hooks three times, but somehow I couldn’t make it work.” Afterwards he tells Miss Watson to pray for his hooks and she calls him a fool. Huckleberry is a little confused about this whole praying scenario and when he comes back from the woods after thinking about everything he goes to the Widow Douglas. She explains to him that he must pray for “spiritual gifts” and others' needs.Huck finds this
absolutely outrageous and decides he is finished with religion. The only advantages he can see go towards other people.
Later while continuing on his way with Jim, Huck comes upon two classic characters, the king and the duke. From the be