History Literature / AdventuresOfHuckleberryFinn

10th May '18 8:58:55 PM lcrossmk8
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* BadassBoast: [[TrueCompanions "All right then.]] [[UndyingLoyalty I'll]] '''go''' [UndyingLoyalty to Hell."]]

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* BadassBoast: [[TrueCompanions "All right then.]] [[UndyingLoyalty I'll]] '''go''' [UndyingLoyalty [[UndyingLoyalty to Hell."]]
10th May '18 8:58:40 PM lcrossmk8
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* BadassBoast: [[TrueCompanions "All right then.]] [[UndyingLoyalty I'll '''go''' to Hell."]]

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* BadassBoast: [[TrueCompanions "All right then.]] [[UndyingLoyalty I'll I'll]] '''go''' [UndyingLoyalty to Hell."]]
10th May '18 8:58:03 PM lcrossmk8
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* BadassBoast: [[TrueCompanions "All right then.]] [[UndyingLoyalty I'll '''go''' to Hell."]]
10th May '18 11:09:41 AM ImperialMajestyXO
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* FakeAristocrat: The Duke and the King almost certainly aren't who they claim to be.


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* NotSoHarmlessVillain: The Duke and the King. Buffoonish they may be, but they can still be dangerous, [[spoiler:as Jim finds out the hard way]].
20th Apr '18 11:33:44 AM AjWargo
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* FunetikAksent: Literally everyone, including Huck in the narration. There's an author's note at the beginning pointing out that several ''different'' Funetik Aksents are being demonstrated, lest the reader think "that all these characters were attempting to talk alike and not succeeding."

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* FunetikAksent: Literally everyone, including Huck in the narration. There's an author's note at the beginning pointing out that several ''different'' Funetik Aksents are being demonstrated, lest the reader think "that all these characters were attempting to talk alike and not succeeding."" Notably, nearly all of Jim's dialogue is misspelled to reflect the fact that he is not educated.
16th Apr '18 8:57:52 PM CommanderVisor
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* AndTheAdventureContinues:

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* AndTheAdventureContinues:AndTheAdventureContinues: [[NowWhat Except Huck has no idea what to do now]].


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* NowWhat: The ending has Huck consider his options, [[NoEnding and he doesn't show any sign of which one he'll do]].
3rd Feb '18 10:33:00 PM fortz64
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* NoCelebritiesWereHarmed: The Dauphin is loosely based on Emperor Norton, whom Mark Twain personally knew when he worked as a newspaperman in San Francisco.

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* NoCelebritiesWereHarmed: The Dauphin King is loosely based on Emperor Norton, whom Mark Twain personally knew when he worked as a newspaperman in San Francisco.



* ThoseTwoBadGuys: The Duke and the Dauphin are a two-man ConArtist team with DelusionsOfEloquence.

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* ThoseTwoBadGuys: The Duke and the Dauphin King are a two-man ConArtist team with DelusionsOfEloquence.
3rd Feb '18 10:29:12 PM fortz64
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* SuspiciouslySpecificSermon: Played for BlackComedy. The FeudingFamilies of the Grangerfords and Shepardsons both attend the same curch and on the sunday Finn visits along with the Grangerfords, the sermon is ironically about showing brotherly love for your neighbors.

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* SuspiciouslySpecificSermon: Played for BlackComedy. The FeudingFamilies of the Grangerfords and Shepardsons both attend the same curch church and on the sunday Finn Huck visits along with the Grangerfords, the sermon is ironically about showing brotherly love for your neighbors.
3rd Feb '18 10:23:44 PM fortz64
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* ConscienceMakesYouGoBack: After reflecting on his friendship with Jim, Huck decides to return and free him from the Phelps farm.

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* ConscienceMakesYouGoBack: After reflecting on his friendship with Jim, Huck decides to return and free him from the Phelps farm.being sold back into slavery.
3rd Feb '18 9:15:02 PM fortz64
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* DiscOneFinalBoss: The Duke and the King start out as Huck and Tom's traveling companions, but they become antagonistic. [[spoiler:Angry townspeople tar and feather them and run them out of town on a rail prior to the final act of the novel]].

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* DiscOneFinalBoss: The Duke and the King start out as Huck and Tom's Jim's traveling companions, but they become antagonistic. [[spoiler:Angry townspeople tar and feather them and run them out of town on a rail prior to the final act of the novel]].
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