Harmony, Purity, Truth

@inproceedings{Oddie1994HarmonyPT,
  title={Harmony, Purity, Truth},
  author={Graham Oddie},
  year={1994}
}
Hetty believes it would be good to resist her heroin addiction-the stuff costs too much, it's a hassle to purchase, it's illegal, and there's the risk of overdosing. Despite this, she still desires a fix-and succumbs. Huck thinks it's bad to help a slave escape from his owners-he believes it to be a kind of theft of valuable property, legitimately purchased. Despite this, Huck likes Jim, he doesn't want to let him down-so he lies about Jim to the slave hunters. Hetty and Huck experience… CONTINUE READING

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