The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn

Although some critics find fault with what they consider to be Twain's "heavy-handed" use of such figurative and sound devices, what effort does he create with this language?

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Twain's figurative language is like an artist's canvas. With every stroke of the pen, he provides us with a more complete picture.