What does Mark Twain persuade his reader to think, feel, or do in his novel The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn?

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Mark Twain persuades his readers to listen to their individual consciences and abide by their own moral codes instead of following a hypocritical society. He also encourages his audience to be tolerant of others and judge people based on their personality and merit, rather than their skin color or class . He portrays Southern society as being intolerant, hypocritical, and callous. Throughout the novel,...

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