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Which statement most accurately describes the satire that exists within chapter 5 of The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn? Twain is satirizing society’s greed by having Huck’s father return under the pretense of caring for Huck when all he really wants is money. Twain is satirizing society’s dishonesty by having Huck hide his money to appear as though he is too selfish to share with his own father. Twain is satirizing society’s disrespect by characterizing Huck as someone who is so rude that he cannot even treat his father with respect. Twain is satirizing society’s ingratitude by characterizing Huck as someone too selfish to appreciate anything his father has ever done for him.

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The statement that most accurately describes the satire that exists within Chapter 5 of The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn was TWAIN IS SATARIZING SOCIETY'S GREED BY HAVING HUCK'S FATHER RETURN UNDER THE PRETENSE OF CARING FOR HUCK WHEN ALL HE REALLY WANTS IS HUCK'S MONEY.

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