Pap is upset by the government for multiple reasons. One, they try to take Huck away from Pap when Huck can finally do "suthin' for him", mainly earn drinking money for pap. Two, Pap is racist against an educated free black who Pap believes acts like he is better than him, because "he wouldn't 'a' give me the road if I hadn't shoved him out o' the way."
Pap died in the book.
Pap Finn is the drunkard in Huckleberry Finn. (Pap Finn is Huck's dad)
Sorry I can't remember about Huckleberry. Ask Person who's good reminder on answers.com. Pap was Huckleberry Finn's father.
After Huck faked his own death.
Pap was the dead man in the floating house in Huckleberry Finn.
Huck's dad is Pap.
The antagonist is Society.
The protagonists are Huckleberry Finn and Jim the escaped slave. Huck's father (pap) is the recurring antagonist.
To get all the money out of him; Pap didn't care about Huck he just wanted all the money to get drunk off of.
He is abusive drunk who uses Huck for money and booze.