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Mark Twain said of Huck Finn: “​It is a novel where a sound heart and a deformed

Mark Twain said of Huck Finn: “​It is a novel where a sound heart and a deformed conscience come into collision and conscience suffers defeat. The conscience – that unerring monitor—can be trained to any wild thing you want it to approve.​” Thinking about this comment, ​explain Huck’s moral development throughout the novel and ​interpret​ what the most important change he goes through is in regards to being a good person. For his heroes Twain uses a boy with an…