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In The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, Mark Twain uses allusions to help the reader connect with something familiar. An allusion is a casual reference to a familiar person, place, thing, or event.Throughout the book, Twain alludes to characters, stories, or places in the Bible. One of the biggest allusions he makes is to the story of King Solomon. You will be able to find numerous other religious allusions in Huck Finn. Choose one religious allusion in Huck Finn. Using the religious/biblical allusion, write a one to two paragraph response explaining the allusion and how it specifically

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connects to the characters or places in Huck Finn. You may need to carefully re-read the chapter where you found the allusion and do some research on the reference before you are able to provide an original explanation of the allusion.

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