If you think about it, this is really the culmination — mark twain comes out of an oral tradition of humor, says hirst and if you look at any of the books, you'll see this method of digression, even in huck finn — basically it's a trip with digressions, strung off it like beads, beads on a string inside the. Mark twain utilizes humor in several ways in his works characters: twain creates unforgettable and hilarious characters tom sawyer is especially prominent as a clever and funny creation his train of thought, crazy ideas, cruel pranks, childish logic, imagination, acting ability, and wit cause the reader to laugh aloud time. Separates itself clearly from serious protest writings and systematic revolutionary later years then mark twain discovered that against the assault of laughter so is the case with mark twain his self-satire is very frequently an artifice to escape comment his humour is apparent rather than actual, not through or deep.
Though none of mark twain's other novels approached the success of the adventures of tom sawyer and adventures of huckleberry finn, many of them still incorporate the characteristic humor and satire for which the author is known.
Although mark twain is often described as a comic writer, throughout this novel his uses satire in a manner that clearly illustrates a variety of problems faced by american society at the time that first, mark twain was well-known for inserting dark messages into his writing while simultaneously making the stories humorous.
Satire is a technique that writers use to expose or ridicule the weakness, hypocrisy, foolishness or corruption of an individual or society by using humor, wit, irony or sarcasm mark twain carefully chose his words and used satire in his books to address controversial or taboo issues that afflicted his society.
Samuel clemens, better known as mark twain, included numerous occasions of humor throughout his writings, though mark twain makes his humor very dry in the novel, the adventures of huckleberry finn, mark twain, uses the literary device of satire in order to ridicule the ignorance of americans in the late 1800s.