Mark Twain's Adventures Of Huckleberry Finn

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Next, Mark Twain’s Adventures of Huckleberry Finn shows how powerful friendship is through the adventurous relationship of Huck and Tom. Huck and Tom have been best friends for quite sometime and know everything about each other. Huck is showing how he misses Tom: “I did wish Tom Sawyer was there; I knowed he would take an interest in this kind of business, and throw in the fancy touches” (Twain 46). Huck wished that Tom was there with him and that Tom could enjoy the experience with Huck. One critique shows how meaningful Huck and Tom's friendship is and how much they mean to each other. The author states: “With Tom so constantly and completely- and so heavily- on his mind, Huck naturally- and not surprisingly- acquires in the deception…show more content…
Huck and Jim’s relationship is the best example of a strong and meaningful relationship. Huck is a mess now that Jim is no longer with him: “‘But it warn’t no use- Old Jim was gone. Then i sat down and cried; I couldn’t help it’” (Twain 299). When Jim does not return to Huck, Huck doesn’t no contractions know what to do now that his best friend is gone and can’t help himself from crying. When both Huck and Jim ran away they met on the same island and left it together and a big fog came rolling in that separated the two. Even in spite their differences they never gave up to find each other: “Huck and Jim get separated in a fog. They call out, but for hours at a time, they seem lost to each other” (“The Adventures…” 3). When they were both calling out for each other they never gave up hope and knew that they would find each other once again which shows how strong their relationship is. Whenever Huck went to sleep Jim would let him get his sleep and take his night shift instead of waking him up so he could be well rested for the next day. Huck acknowledges Jim actions: “I went to sleep, and Jim didn’t call me when it was my turn. He often done that” (Twain 225). Jim was always looking out for Huck and always being the best that he could to him and trying to make the whole running away plan easier to handle by doing the little things for him like taking his night shift. In order to cooperate with each other and to get tasks done Huck and Jim must agree with each other and on how to overcome obstacles and situations in their journey. This article states: “Huck and Jim recognize that to be effective, their decision must satisfy them both, and the logic of relationship” (Bollinger 39). By Huck and Jim agreeing with each other and with how to overcome the situations they face it shows that there relationship in
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