What does Twain accomplish by using Huck as narrator?
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Through Huck, Twain succeeds in illustrating that even in youthful innocence, children have a moral compass that defines right and wrong. Huck's ability to discern right from wrong, and his keen eye in reading people, allows him to provide the reader with insights that are provided in a mature and logical fashion.
The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn