- 1 What effect does the doctor’s speech in support of Jim have?
- 2 What does Huck plan to do with the canoe?
- 3 What type of narration is used in Huckleberry Finn?
- 4 What happens in chapter 41 of Huck Finn?
- 5 What happened to Jim at the end of Huck Finn?
- 6 How did Tom figure out where Jim was?
- 7 Why did Huck help Jim escape?
- 8 Why does Huck turn Jim in?
- 9 Why did Huck lie to Jim about the fog?
- 10 Why does Jim regret beating his daughter for not listening to him?
- 11 Why is Huck Finn the narrator?
- 12 What are the themes of Huckleberry Finn?
- 13 What secret does Jim reveal at the end of the book?
- 14 How does Jim sacrifice for Huck?
- 15 How does Jim finally gain his freedom?
What effect does the doctor’s speech in support of Jim have?
What effect does the Doctor’s speech in support of Jim have? How do you feel about that? The Doctor’s speech is about how Jim was a very kind and helpful slave. The Doctor says that Jim basically gave up his freedom to help Tom, and was a good guy.
What does Huck plan to do with the canoe?
Huck goes to the canoe and waits for the moon to rise, planning to paddle to Jackson’s Island out in the river.
What type of narration is used in Huckleberry Finn?
The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn is written in the first-person point of view, which allows the reader to experience the story through Huck’s eyes and identify closely with the narrator. The story is told entirely from Huck’s perspective, and Huck refers to himself as “I” throughout the novel.
What happens in chapter 41 of Huck Finn?
Summary: Chapter 41 Leaving Jim and Tom on the island with the raft, Huck finds a doctor and sends him to Tom in the canoe, which only holds one person. The next morning, Huck runs into Silas, who takes him home. Huck, touched by her concern, vows never to hurt her again.
What happened to Jim at the end of Huck Finn?
Jim is free, Tom’s leg is healed, Huck still has his $6,000, and Aunt Sally has offered to adopt him. Settling down with Aunt Sally—as nice as she is—is about the last thing Huck wants to do. Instead, he decides to “light out” for the territories, the unsettled land west of the Mississippi (43).
How did Tom figure out where Jim was?
How did Tom figure out where Jim was? They figured out that a human was imprisoned because a slave had been delivering a watermelon to a shack. Compare Huck’s plans for freeing Jim to Tom’s. They wonder how Huck, with his new maturity, can consent to Tom’s foolish scheme.
Why did Huck help Jim escape?
Initially, Huck is only concerned with his own freedom, and doesn’t question the morality of slavery. But after spending time with Jim, Huck’s conscience tells him that he needs to help Jim because Jim is a human being. Huck escapes his captivity by faking his own death and running away to Jackson’s Island.
Why does Huck turn Jim in?
Jim’s excitement is obvious, and Huck struggles with his shame of helping a slave escape. When Jim says he will steal his children out of slavery if necessary, Huck decides he must go ashore and turn Jim in to the authorities.
Why did Huck lie to Jim about the fog?
Jim tells Huck that he was heart-broken thinking that Huck had died in the fog, and that he had cried and wanted to kiss Huck’s foot to see him safe and sound again. And Huck could only think about making a fool out of Jim with a lie and shaming him. When he hears all this, Huck is himself ashamed.
Why does Jim regret beating his daughter for not listening to him?
Why does Jim regret beating his daughter for not listening to him? He doesn’t believe in corporal punishment. His daughter is deaf.
Why is Huck Finn the narrator?
Mark Twain chose Huck Finn to be the narrator to make the story more realistic and so that Mark Twain could get the reader to examine their own attitudes and beliefs by comparing themselves to Huck, a simple uneducated character. The language that Huck uses shows what he sees and how he will pass it on to us.
What are the themes of Huckleberry Finn?
The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, by American author Mark Twain, is a novel set in the pre-Civil War South that examines institutionalized racism and explores themes of freedom, civilization, and prejudice.
What secret does Jim reveal at the end of the book?
He reminds Huck of an incident early in their journey in which there was a houseboat floating near Jackson’s island on which Jim discovered a dead man’s body. At the time, he kept Huck from seeing it, and now Jim reveals that he did so because the dead man was Huck’s pap.
How does Jim sacrifice for Huck?
As with Huck’s earlier decision to sacrifice his soul to free Jim, Jim sacrifices his freedom and, quite possibly, his life by staying with Tom.
How does Jim finally gain his freedom?
How does Jim finally gain his freedom? Sally Phelps helps him escape to the North. Huck and Tom use their money to buy his freedom. Tom reveals that Miss Watson has freed him in her will.