Duke and Dauphin are the only characters in all their plays and it is almost certain that the play may not be good at all. E text Mark Twain, Adventures of Huckleberry Finn chapter 32).
Moreover, they performed only a part of it because t they know only a few parts of it. The white people in the novel do not seem to care about the black people at all.
Mark Twain’s ‘The Adventures Huckleberry Finn is one of the most illustrious works of American literature, and has occupied the central place in school and university curriculum all over the world.
Huckleberry Finn is second to only Shakespeare’s work in the regularity with which it appears in the academic scene.
So, it is very clear that author doesn’t want to change how white people feel about blacks though the main theme of story deals with the strong relationship between a white man and a runaway slave. This is to make Jim look like foolish and very illiterate.
In the entire story, whenever the fugitive slave, Jim speaks, it is very difficult to understand. Mark Twain reiterates the point that blacks are not as smart as white people by making his black characters look unintelligent and illiterate.
When his aunt Sally enquires whether anyone injured or not. It clearly shows that he has not changed his attitude towards black people and not started giving respect to any colored people.
Though Huck and Jim together for a while and Huck gets along time with Jim, but when it comes to another black person, Huck’s feeling are same as any other white man.
Mark Twain uses the occasion to portray how foolish and illiterate Jim is.
Critique argue that he specially chooses Jim for this because he is a runaway slave or in other words he uses the occasion to depict all the colored people are foolish and illiterate. Huck and Jim come in contact with two person who call themselves King and Duke.