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THE ADVENTURES OF HUCKLEBERRY FINN

MARK TWAIN
UYU 690
Itaú Infinte, Black, Platinum o Infinite de Débito
UYU 518
Itau
UYU 587
Temática:
LITERATURA EN INGLÉS
Editorial:
BANTAM CLASSICS
Cantidad de páginas:
320
Peso:
160 g
ISBN:
9780553210798
Dimensiones:
17 x 11
"Huckleberry Finn" is set in Missouri in the 1830's and it is true to its time. The narrator is a 13 year old, semi-literate boy who refers to blacks by the N-word because he has never heard them called anything else. He's been brought up to see blacks as slaves, as property, as something less than human. He gets to know Jim on their flight to freedom (Jim escaping slavery and Huck escaping his drunken, abusive father), and is transformed. Huck realizes that Jim is just as human as he is, a loving father who misses his children, a warm, sensitive, generous, compassionate individual. Huck's epiphany arrives when he has to make a decision whether or not to rescue Jim when he is captured and held for return to slavery. In the culture he was born into, stealing a slave is the lowest of crimes and the perpetrator is condemned to eternal damnation. By his decision to risk hell to save Jim, he saves his own soul. Huck has risen above his upbringing to see Jim as a friend, a man, and a fellow human being.
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