How does Huck’s struggles with his conscience create "double vision"? What are the targets of Twain’s satire here? Be specific. (passage below)But…

How does Huck’s struggles with his conscience create "double vision"? What are the targets of Twain’s satire here? Be specific. (passage below)But…

How does Huck’s struggles with his conscience create "double vision"? What are the targets of Twain’s satire here? Be specific. (passage below)But…

How does Huck’s struggles with his conscience create "double vision"? What are the targets of Twain’s satire here? Be specific. (passage below)But…

To me, the target of this satire is people who do not see blacks as actual human beings.  Twain is satirizing the mindset that allowed slavery to happen — the one that said that blacks aren’t people who are as valuable as other people.To me, you see that in what Huck says about Miss Watson.  He is agonizing — wondering how he could be so mean to someone who never did anything bad to him.  This is satirical/ironic because Miss Watson was keeping Jim (who presumably never did anything bad to her) in slavery yet Huck is worried about Miss Watson, not about Jim.
How does Huck’s struggles with his conscience create "double vision"? What are the targets of Twain’s satire here? Be specific. (passage below)But…
How does Huck’s struggles with his conscience create "double vision"? What are the targets of Twain’s satire here? Be specific. (passage below)But…
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How does Huck’s struggles with his conscience create "double vision"? What are the targets of Twain’s satire here? Be specific. (passage below)But…
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