What chapter in Huckleberry Finn did Huck play the trick on Jim?
The snakeskin trick was in chapter ten.
The trick where Jim calls him trash is in chapter fifteen.
Huck puts the dead snake in Jim's bed hoping that it would scare him. -advice giver
In Huck Finn the quote in the first chapter is a referene to the Old Testament
Chapter 17 or 18
Huck is Huckleberry Finn. Good luck with Common Sense Class, --Shelby D.
Huckleberry Finn "Huck" himself.
Huck Finn was supposedly naked after he left the Grangerfords in Chapter 18. So Huck started chllin in his birthday suit. Weird, eh?
Huck was fourteen years old in the novel The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn.
in chapter 31 called 'You Can't Pray a Lie'.
Where in the book Huckleberry Finn is the part where the Widow tells Huck not to smoke while she chews?
In Chapter 1 of course
Huck tells the truth to Mary Jane in Chapter 28 of "Huckleberry Finn" because he feels so bad for her .
Huck Finn himself =]
Huck and Jim were looking for a dead man on the floating house. This is from the book The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn.
Huck Finn is still alive.
Chapter 16-Jim tells Huck how he is going to steal his wife and children once he is a free man.
nick name for huckleberry
In chapter 17 when Huck forgets his name in the adventures of Huckleberry Finn how does he get Buck to tell him what it is?
He tricks him into writing Huck's fake name.
He Thinks Its In The Breed, They're All Alike, They're All Rapscallions.
He was 12 or 13.
He's interested in going to school now because he wants to spite his father (Pap Finn).
After Huck faked his own death.
Huck Finn was 14 and Tom was 11 , so yes Huck is older
The book, Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, was published in 1884. The movie of the same name was made in 1994. ************ There was more than just one movie or show about Huckleberry Finn: Huckleberry Finn (1920 film), a silent film featuring Gordon Griffith Huckleberry Finn (1931 film), produced by Paramount starring Jackie Coogan as Tom Sawyer and Junior Durkin as Huck Finn The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn (1939 film), starring Mickey Rooney The Adventures of… Read More
Huck Finn appeared in 1968 on TBS.
At the end of Huck Finn Jim is freed
Huck considers Tom a genius.
At first, the radio did not work, until his father connected another wire to the radiator, ...
To hide somrthing
Huckleberry Finn is full of satire and irony including pap being angry at Huck for going to school. Huck allows a slave to escape yet chides himself for his sinful ways.
Elijah was eleven when filming Huck Finn.
The opening scene of huck finn, is Twain's way of introducing the reader to Huck Finn. He shows Huck as very childish. The reader also reads how Huck has a rebellious nature and doesn't like to be civilized.
Huck and Jim are no longer in control of the raft, and the King and Duke are the ones ordering them around and making the plans.
Huck was in St. Petersburg in Chapter XI, or 11, when Huck played the role of a made-up girl whom he named Sarah Mary Williams(he wore a dress and a bonnet!). I also believe that he was in St. Petersburg chapters I-V, or 1-5, and then again in chapter 11, but I'm not sure.
Huck Finn is an adolescent boy and is probably about 14-15 years old.
A character in Mark Twain's book, "Tom Sawyer". Huck also has his own Novel by Mark Twain called "The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn"
In Adventures of Huckleberry Finn by Mark Twain, Huck is a good narrator due to his honesty
Huck pretends to be a girl when he goes into town to see what's been going on.
In his autobiography, Twain identified by name a childhood friend of his whom he said Huck Finn was "mostly based on". But the Huck FInn in the book is still a fictional character.
He said it in Chapter 31 right after he was deciding whether to send the letter where he writes to Miss Watson to tell her where Jim is at.
Huckleberry Finn is a classic novel about Huck Finn and his friend Tom Sawyer. In the book Huck Finn is adjusting to a more elegant lifestyle than his previous vagabond style. Throughout the book there is an ever present theme of racism and slavery and the effects on this young boy.
The two rivaling families in Huck Finn were the Shepherdsons and the Grangerfords.
No he doesn't but he pretends that he does.
Huck and his pap have a bad relationship.
The widow and Miss Watson
yes, huck always does what he believes is right.
the widows sister
He is abusive drunk who uses Huck for money and booze.
A slave leads Huck into the swampy area, near the river, where Jim is hiding.