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Mark Twain’s use of dialect in Huck-Finn

In Mark Twain’s, The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, dialect is used very cleverly throughout the book. Jim, a slave, experiences the most throughout the book because his dialogue is full of improper words and phrases. An example of this is “Yes. You know that one-laigged n***** dat belongs to old Misto Brandish? Well, he sot up a bank, en say […]

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Pollution is a big problem today that is slowly getting worse. Pollution not only is ruining the Earth but it also killing tons and tons of innocent animals that are inhabiting many different environments. People are taking strides towards limiting the use of gas and other pollutants but people are still littering and throwing trash into the seas which is causing […]

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Huck-Finn Dialectic Journal

Chapter 5 Pg 19 “Next day he was drunk, and he went to Judge Thatcher’s and bullyragged him, and tried to make him give up the money; but he couldn’t, and then he swore he’d make the law force him.” This is right after Huck and his father’s argument about schooling where his father ripped his book up and took […]

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Don’t Let Peer Pressure Persuade your Opinions and Beliefs

I believe that people should follow their own beliefs and not let peer pressure persuade that. I feel that people should do what they think is right and be strong when expressing their beliefs. In today’s society, people tend to accept the common opinion and sway away from their own mostly because of peer pressure. It is really interesting when […]

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Zoo regulations and security

Dear Future President, Today, zoos are visited by many people because they want to examine the rare and endangered animals the zoo has to offer. Recently, a silverback gorilla named Harambe was shot at the Cincinnati zoo because a child the age of three climbed into his cage and the protocol was to shoot him to save the child. The […]

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