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  1. Critical Analysis of Huckleberry Fin

    {2} While c*x's reading compellingly provides the grounds for understanding the rationale behind the notice at the beginning of the novel, I will argue that conscience, while an "agent of aggression," is represented as an ambivalent force whose effects, while undisputably violent, cannot be dissociated from a certain epistemological or cognitive necessity. {3} c*x's analysis of the novel's depiction of conscience as enacting self- and other-directed aggression and as a constraint upon free choice certainly describes the spirit in which Huck flees from the moral sensibility of the Widow Douglas and her sister, Miss Watson.

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