Why Does Huckleberry Finn Deal With His Conscience

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In the book Huckleberry Finn by Mark Twain Huck has to deal with his conscience by either going to hell for helping a slave escape or he helps Jim because he knows it’s the right thing. The only downside to turning Jim in was that everyone would look down upon Huck too. Also everyone would probably later find out that Huck faked his death At first Huck was going to rat Jim out to the people out on the boat but his conscience got to him. and told him that it wasn’t the right thing. The next time Huck was going to create a letter explaining what happened but he ended ripping it up. I think that Huck could never pass this threw his mind because he doesn’t think of Jim as a friend more like a dad. A lot of people say family comes first and that’s

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