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English 12/LIT 115
English 10 Honors: American Literature » Gunnar's Guide to Huck


Huckleberry Finn Gunnar's Guide to Huck
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Click HERE for a web site offering interesting contextual information as well as a link to the entire novel chapter by chapter!

 

Click HERE for brief chapter by chapter summaries.

Click on the links at the bottom of the page for the complete "Gunnar's Guide to Huck" as well as other Huck-related handouts.

The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn

 

Learning Goals:

 

You will demonstrate your understanding of:

 

·        why The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn is considered an important novel in the cadre of American literature;

·        how a novel written at the end of the 19th Century remains relevant today;

·        numerous literary themes that have universal ramifications, themes you typically find developed in other pieces of literature, particularly the concept of the “deformed conscience” as well as the conflict between the individual and society;

·        common themes; how you can easily connect Huck to other pieces of literature as well as your own experience;

·        how to improve your analytical skills;

·        the definition and concept of satire;

·        how satire can be an effective tool in bringing human behaviors to light and/or precipitating change in human behavior;

·        how authors develop satire, how they address serious issues with humor;

·        the characteristics of Realist and Romantic literature; Mark Twain as a Realist as opposed to a Romantic; Twain’s disdain for Romantic literature; Huck as the Realist / Tom Sawyer as the Romantic;

·        the definitions and use of the following literary devices: symbolism, metaphor, motif, foreshadowing, irony, allusion, imagery, tone, character, vernacular, diction, syntax – and more;

·        how to successfully summarize a text, then respond to it by interacting with it, by having the conversation;

·        how thinking critically about literature can increase its value to you;

·        the controversy surrounding the novel as well as other “banned books.”

 



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