The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn

What is twain implying about the individual conscience? What is twain suggesting about hucks development as a human being?

Chapters 23-32

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Individual conscience can change people's lives for the better. Huck stands up for what is right and changes the Wilks sisters' lives. Huck is becoming more self-aware and developing an individual maturity that differs from the Southern Status-quo.