In 'The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn,' Huck learned that Mrs. Loftus' husband was going to use a gun to capture and turn in his friend, Jim for the reward money. While she was compassionate toward Huck's plight as a runaway child, she had no such compassion for a runaway slave.
Huck learns from Mrs. Loftus that there is a reward for Jim's capture. Authorities are planning to search Jackson's Island immediately.
Mrs loftus packs huck some snacks
She figures out that he is a boy instead of the girl who dresses as.
How He Caught The Thread
Mrs. Judith Loftus is the name of the lady that Huck visited in town in The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn by Mark Twain.
Mrs. Loftus figures out that Huck is not a girl by the way he threads a needle and catches a lump of lead by clamping his legs together. Huck had dressed himself like a girl so no one would recognize him.
He tells Mrs. Loftus that he is an orphan that was being abused by his step-father so he decided to run away.
She is a woman who tells Huck that Jim is being searched for and that her husband is go to search the island for Jim.
Huck catches himslef in a lie when he first tells Judith his name is Sarah then he changes it to Mary.
Huck has no rules. Hucks dad is a drunk. He is adopted. Not well mannered.
Tom thinks Huck is not respectable because of their upbringing. Tom was raised in a southern society and enjoys it while Huck is an abolitionist.