The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn

How does Twain begin to question the morality of slavery in chapter 6?

theme is the sentral idea of a literary work. it is not simple to the subject of a literary work, but rather a statement(he statement can be moral, or even a lesson) that the text seems to be making about the subject.

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He begins to question slavery when Pap begins to refer to Huck as his property; he treats him like a slave, views him as a slave, and forces him to live in circumstances that wouldn't be condoned by most slave owners.