The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn

how does twain describe the atmosphere of Bricksville

chapter 21

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The atmosphere in Bricksville has the sense of a frontier town. There is a collective sense of "morality" that is easily manipulated by those, like the King and Duke, with such skill. There is also a collective lack of purpose or direction in town. Any event garners extreme enthusiasm and even hysteria.