Juvenile Blues: Mark Twain's The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn As a Psychological Novel on the Pangs of Neglected Childhood

This paper is an introspective journey is the Tpsychological landscape of a child's mind who is neglected by his own father. Mark Twain's hero Huck is a victim of severe physical and mental torture by those who are bound to protect him. This in turn makes him either a rebel or an escapist. The paper is a psycho analytical study is discuss various issues of the hero and thus genuinely highlights the problems confronted by the growing children in the contemporary society considering the parental negligence as a major reason for it.

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