In The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn what lessons does huck learn at the Phelps farm?
Huck learns a number lessons at the Phelps farm, two of which connect to the larger themes of the novel. Huck learns that doing unnecessary harm to others is wrong and he learns that if he strives to follow his own moral thinking he will not hurt anyone. Each of these lessons relates to the other, clearly.
At the Phelps farm, Huck comes to regret the pain he and Tom cause to Mrs. Phelps. With the snakes and stolen...
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