Maggie Girl of the Streets & Huck Finn - Family Life

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By chance, an evident parallel is drawn in comparing Huck Finn's relationship with his father to that of the relationship between Maggie and her parents. Huck is the son of the town drunkard, a man who goes away for long stretches and beats his son when he's home. Maggie is quite the same, with the exception of residing in her household with two town drunks...
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Maggie and her family are in a small, miserable tenement residing in a dark crevis of New York City with the life of those around them passing them by. Similarly, Huck and “Pap” live in a bantam shanty on a sordid island in the Mississippi River, America surging past them as well. Maggie Johnson grows up amid abuse and poverty in the Bowery ...
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