Mark Twain’s novel has been both banned as a disgrace and praised as a work beyond its time for addressing several controversial issues. Now that you’ve completed The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, answer the following question.
Who is the real hero of the novel? What are the characteristics of a hero that make this character such?

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  • The hero of the novel The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn is Huck himself. Huck is a boy who initially does not appear to have many of the typical characteristics of heroes. He is quite poor and comes from a low social class. He is rebellious and seems difficult to "reform." This makes him skeptical of the world and of most people around him.

    However, Huck also displays some characteristics that make him a "hero." Huck is inclined to fight his own battles and make his own rules. He is very brave and has confidence in himself. Moreover, Huck is kind, and he prefers to follow justice and fairness rather than follow society blindly. All of these qualities make Huck a "hero" in the story.