The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn

theme: what epiphany does Huck hae in ch. 23 that advances his inner conflict? what theme is Twain addressing?


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Jim grieves over no longer being able to see his wife and children. Huck remarks that Jim cares almost as much about his family as a white person would.

The epiphany............. black men have the same feelings and emotions as black men.

theme it addresses......... slavery