Tom feels bad for Muff Potter and it helped ease his
why do tom and huck suffer guilt when muff potter praises their good treatment of him
I do believe that if Huck is Tom, then would'nt Tom be Huck?
huck told Jim that they had to leave jakson island immediately.
huck told Jim they had to leave Jackson island immediatly
he chooses to believe them because aliens
Huck learns from Mrs. Loftus that there is a reward for Jim's capture. Authorities are planning to search Jackson's Island immediately.
no he dosent he belives them to be frauds :)
Huck knows that when a man drowns he floats on his back so he got to the conclusion that it was a woman dressed as a man.
After the Duke and the King are done telling each other's story, you'll see at the end of the chapter that Huck doesn't believe their story. He decides not say anything, not even to Jim.
Huck makes Jim believe that he dreamed everything that happened with them when they got separated and their raft was in bad shape.
No he doesn't but he pretends that he does.
they want to "sivilize" Huck and try to change him from his free and carefree ways, Miss Watson tries to make him believe in the "good book"
Huck is appalled because he didn't believe Tom was that kind of person. Huck thought Tom was always wrapped up in having adventures and doing what he wanted. Little does Huck know Tom turns the escape into an elaborate and time consuming game.
He has similar values to Huck, but acted like Tom in his childhood.
1. Because when he goes to free Jim from the Phelp’s plantation, he realizes that the Phelps are Tom’s aunt and uncle, and they are expecting a visit from Tom. Huck uses this is a way to free Jim.