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Titre: Adventures of Huckleberry Finn: Plucking the Momentous Authentic Elements
Auteur(s): BOUTOUIL, Sarra
Mots-clés: authenticity dialect Mississippi river realism Twain adventures distinction great aim
Date de publication: 28-avr-2014
Editeur: univ oran 2
Résumé: Deeply persuaded by the idea of being distinctive and eminent, Mark Twain, or Samuel Langhorne Clemens, wrote the masterpiece Adventures of Huckleberry Finnyearning for both distinction and a deviation from the European literary tradition. No less than Howells, Twain gave a great deal of interest to realism; hence, he brought to light Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, which is known as a typically American book,to represent this movement (realism). This dissertation involves discovering how much the dialect and the Mississippi River are crucial in making the novel unconventional, and authentically American. This research explores how these two previously stated elements (dialect and the Mississippi River) enhance, to a very much extent, other points of great importance. The aim of this dissertation is to uncover the assorted array of answers apt to meet the demands which are raised from the research queries. This research draws upon many sources including books, articles, and websites.
Collection(s) :Magister Anglais

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