Huckleberry Finn has many outstanding female characters. They all serve different functions. some are caretakers and. others are dependants. The single adult females are really independent and sometimes more dominant than work forces. while the adult females in groups rely on work forces.
The single adult females. such as the Aunts. Miss Watson. and Widow Douglas. were all self-sufficing. difficult working adult females. They were all educated. and have high morels. None of them could easy be scammed ; although Aunt Sally was mislead. she questioned the actions of Huck and Tom. They did genuinely care about the male childs. which is shown in Aunt Polly. Tom’s guardian. and Miss Watson and Widow Douglas. Huck’s guardians. They put themselves 2nd in order to give the male childs a good place. but ne’er inquire for compensation.
Even after Tom left Aunt Polly’s house. she did non reject him. she straightened Huck and Tom’s identities out and scolded them for their bad lucks. In her family. Aunt Sally dominated over her hubby. Uncle Phelps. She was able to keep him responsible for anything and he would take the incrimination so fix the job. She had the regard of every household member because her responsibility was to maintain the family in order. The individual adult females had strong characters and morels but did non miss concern for others.
Womans in groups were portrayed as unwise. excessively swearing. and simple. The Wilks sisters. Mary Jane. Susan and Joanna. relied on their uncles. who were two con work forces seeking to take advantage of them. when their male parent died. They put entire trust in the uncles. Adequate trust to give the uncles all their money to be invest. They were dependent because they had ne’er been without a defender and have no manner of cognizing what to make in that state of affairs. They depended on the work forces in their lives to do a life. so when two work forces step up and take the function they did non oppugn it. When they realized they had been deceived. they were defeated but ended up holding their existent uncles to care for them. Mary Jane’s artlessness is shown by her reaction to the separation of the slave household ; she spends hours shouting and feel foring them but ne’er did anything to assist the state of affairs. The three sisters represent adult females in units that were depicted as foolish and guiltless.
Womans in Huckleberry Finn are both naive. in groups. and intelligent. as persons. The adult females have opposite functions in the escapade. Some are used to do Huck an dismaying character and others are to expose his respectable qualities. More of the adult females are autonomous than contingent on others.