Reading Mark Twain's, The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn. My fourth reading in 40 years. Although, he was a rascal regarding faith, but he cared about the humble and hated the fraud people in life. His devout wife brought her to tears from his comments, I'm sure. You might want to think about a SOF issue in the narrative from Huck's eyes. He struggles with good and evil regarding slavery, rather he'd rather "to go to hell" to save his friend, Jim than to do the "right thing" by society's view.
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