Trivia Crack Answer: Huckleberry Finn
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Huckleberry Finn is a fictional character created by Mark Twain. Mark Twain was an American author of some very archetypal American Novels, and even dubbed by some as the father of American literature. Huckleberry Finn first appears in 1876 novel The Adventures of Tom Sawyer. This book is about a young boy who grows up along the Mississippi river in the South. Huckleberry Finn is fathered by the town’s drunk by the name of Papp Finn. Huck lives the life of a vagrant, sleeping on doorsteps and the living off of the graciousness of others. Mark Twain describes him in the book as ‘idle, and lawless, and vulgar, and bad,’ and for this, he is admired by all the children around. Despite his vagrant qualities and subversive lifestyle, Twain instills in Huck an innocence that always allows him to do the right thing. For instance, he makes a decision to help Jim escape from slavery even though he believes according to the current Christian views on slavery that he will go to hell for it. Huck is completely free of societal norms; living on the fringe allows him to turn naivety into acts of simply humanity. He is just a kid of twelve or thirteen years old in the sequel book, The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn.