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Is this characterization of Huckleberry Finn direct or indirect? Why? A. Direct. Huck is directly explaining why he does not want to conform. B. Indirect. Huck is directly explaining why he does not want to conform. C. Direct. Huck describes his actions and thoughts so that the reader is able to infer how he feels about the spelling lesson. D. Indirect. Huck describes his actions and thoughts so that the reader is able to infer how he feels about the spelling lesson.

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    @XxMuslimxX @aaliyahfairgood

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    well, what is "this?" Provide the excerpt if you can. @HelpMePlease1999

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