In The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn by Mark Twain (1884/1994), the author shows that society views blacks as slaves and property and not actual human beings. One example is when the Duke shows Huck a poster with a sketch that perfectly reflects Jims image with the caption, 200 dollar reward (Twain, 1884/1994, p. 177). Jim is legally free. He is in a free state and his master no longer has any authority over him. However, society still does not view him as free. Although the black man is technically out of bondage, he remains socially unaccepted as a human being. Another example is when Huck sneaks into town to get information and runs into a lady named Judith Loftus who tells him, So theres a reward for him (Jim) three hundred dollars.
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