The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn

2. Give an example of Twain’s use of imagery to describe the environs of the Mississippi River.

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Twain's imagery shows us the natural movement and strength of the river........ throughout the novel it symbolizes freedom, but our imagery later connects allows us to accompany Huck and Jin through flooding and ominous fog. These things act as a stage for Twain's setting.