Mark Twain's novel The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn is one of the best books i've read, because through out the novel Twain gives us his point of view on the issues of freedom, capital punishment, and societies hyprocacy though his characters but mostly through the character known as Huckleberry Finn. For example when he writes about how huck felt guiltly for making the Walter Scott sink with Jim Turner and the other thiefs on broad so he sends a farryboat to help them. This passage tells us that Twain doesn't believe in capital punishments. The Grangerford and the other family way of living shows how Mark Twain views society(he believes society as a whole are nothing but much ohypocrates in that they preach something and the act in a totally different subject or way. The novel as a whole talks about freedom and bondage.<br><br>p.s excuse my grammar