English Comp 1 September 11, 2013 The adventures of Huckleberry Finn Chapters 2-3 1. Where does Tom take Huck and the gang? They all had gone to a cave. (pg.22) 2. What does Jim think has happened when he finds his hat hanging in the tree? Jim said the witches be witched him and put him in a trance, and rode him all over the State, and then set him under the trees again, and hung his hat on a limb to show who done it. (pg.19) 3. When tom’s gang tries to rob the rich ‘’Spaniards
In the novel Huckleberry Finn character Jim escapes. Huck Finn was right for helping Jim escape. One reason because Jim was Huck's best friend. Second reason because if you have a good friend like Jim you would help them with anything. I have supporting details why it was right to help Jim. The first reason Huck was right. Huck and Jim were best friends throughout the whole novel. Jim cared for Huck. (Page 26) Huck went to Jim and told him pap had been back , and Jim said you have
In the novel Huckleberry Finn , Huck's relationship with jim changes a lot thought the story. Considering the fact that they lived in pretty much the same household but barely knew each other. They both lived in The Widow douglas and Miss.Watsons house where Jim was Miss Watson's slave. Huck had no family and The Widow Douglas took him in as her own. Huck tended to be outside most of the time either in school or hanging out with tom sawyer. Jim was always working around and really never saw huck
again anyways. So in my opinion these are some good examples of greed. Also I would say that Huck is a very non greedy person. Huck helped a lot of the people in the story he did not need to. The reason he did all that he did is because Huckle Berry Finn has a heart made of gold. Throughout the book he was a really caring person. Not one to be called greedy.
Aren’t we all Human Beings? Humanity should be aware of the horrible situations that have happened and are still happening. And this is the main focus of Mark Twain in his well-known novel, “The Adventures of Huckle Berry Finn”. Twain talks about slavery, racism, right and wrong and the hypocrisy of the everyday civilization as well as many other themes that are very helpful with kids and adults. This novel teaches everything about racism and slavery together, a problem that was striking society
social norms whenever they appear to be unfair, unequal, and just plain out wrong. social norms are constantly changing from each time period so who is to say what we consider socially acceptable now won't change in another twenty years. In Huckle Berry Finn it was thought to be normal and okay to have enslaved African Americans and to treat them harshly and unequal compared to others. Even though Finn's conscious would tell him that it was wrong he'd often ignore it because it was considered a normal