In The Adventures Of Huckleberry Finn And The Poem Cafe: Natural Laws Over Man Laws



People in a society strive to be accepted. But certain “rules” must be followed in order to be “normal.” Sometimes these rules are inhumane and cruel to other people. But, there are a few people who deviate from these rules or “man laws” and follow their instincts, or “natural laws.” In order to do what is right a person must decide what is more important. Being accepted by many, or being accepted by few, or none. The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, a novel by Mark Twain, and the poem “Café” Show how natural laws triumph over man laws.
In the novel Huck Finn, the man laws and the natural laws are very different. The main character Huck is faced with many important decisions. ...

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to show the different kinds of morals people had. Huck lived with the Miss Watson, he did not live with his parents because his father was an alcoholic and we do not know where his mother is. His father was in and out of town. Nobody really knew where he was and if he was alive or not. Huck has an imagination, yet he is very level headed. He knows what is right and wrong but he is also very impressionable. What people say influence him a lot. An example of this is when he knew that Tom’s plan for attacking the Sunday school picnic was wrong but he still went along with it, to be accepted. Tom is Huck’s best friend. He is hard to influence and is always looking for an adventure and will stop at nothing to get one, even if it means stealing. He is very controlling and will tell Huck what to do. Jim is a slave of Miss Watson. He is a typical black man, he cannot read or write but he is very smart and can survive on his own. We know this because when he ran ...

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