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  1. Comment on how Twain uses irony and satire to engage and inspire the reader in "Huckleberry Finn"

    Whilst residing here, Huck is forced to go through many rituals which are insignificant to him. This is one of the reasons why the Widow fails in her quest to civilize him. She attempts to refine him through the teachings of Christian values but this is of no interest to him and he finds the beliefs totally irrelevant within his own life. Huck does not see why the widow refers to Moses and is baffled as to why she would waste time talking about him when he is already dead and buried, “Here she was a-bothering about Moses, which was

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