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Although he is terrifying and repulsive, Huckleberry Finn's Pap is also a source of humor. Discuss Pap as a comic figure, and discuss the irony of Pap's beliefs about government and blacks. I need help on discussing the irony of it.

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Pap in Huck Finn is analyzed.

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As you analyze Pap, Huck's father, irony prevails as the illiterate father shuns Huck's attempt at an education and beats him frequently. Pap is upset that Huck will become better than he socially as he threatens, "I'll learn people to bring up a boy to put on airs over his own ...

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