The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn

what is significant about Hucks final assessment of the events described:

"It had all the marks of a sunday school"

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Huck finds fantastical stories of magic and supernatural no different than stories in the Bible. He finds that Aladdin and his magic lamp have the same trappings as a story about Moses. Huck is a free thinker, a boy who sees things outside societal expectations.