"Huck Finn" is a masterpiece of the American literature, written by Samuel Clemens, whom is well know under a pen name Mark Twain. Throughout its whole history, this book had caused lots of different opinions and debates. "Huck Finn" reveals a story about a thirteen-year-old boy, Huck, and a runaway slave, Jim. They fleet down the Mississippi River, meeting new people and lots of exciting adventures on their way. Jim and Huck are two runaways that stick together only to survive, and their relationship can hardly be called a friendship.
It is natural that Huck and Jim are getting closer to each other during their journey, and at first sight it might even seem that they are becoming true friends. However there are lots of examples proving that their relationship was nothing more than an alliance of two people, who run away from the society for one simple reason - to be free.
Jim wants to technically be free from labor and Huck want to break free from the societies molar rules and obligations, and live the way he feels is right. And their relationship in no way falls under the definition friendship
Friendship is a relationship between two people with more than one common interest, who have similar views on life and its values, and who seek no profit from their friendship.
Huck and Jim, though, unite merely because they realize that it is easier to travel together than apart.
One may argue that Huck cares about Jim , doesn't want him to get caught and always saves him as in the case with two armed man, who tried to catch Jim, and Huck, in order to save Jim, creates a whole novel about a pap with a smallpox. (81). However it is obvious that Huck does...