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SAMPLE PERSUASIVE ESSAY ON WHETHER OR NOT TO READ
THE ADVENTURES OF HUCKLEBERRY FINN IN SCHOOLS
Ever since it was written in 1884, The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn has been a
controversial book. Mark Twain’s purpose in writing the book MAY HAVE been to entertain us
with the adventures of a young boy named Huck as he tries to escape his abusive father; but
since the book is set in Missouri before the Civil War, the plot includes many references to
slavery. As a result, there has been a long-standing debate about whether or not the book should
be read in schools. Currently, the book is widely read in public schools throughout the United
States, however IT SHOULD NOT BE BANNED FROM PUBLIC SCHOOL
CURRICULUMS FOR SEVERAL REASONS. The sentences in the book contain realistic
dialect, Huck is a typical model for teenagers, and slaves are positively depicted and given
freedom.
TO BEGIN, the book is filled with uniquely structured sentences and realistic
dialogue of the time period. Huck Finn,