When he explains the whole plot to Mary Jane Wilks and askes her to help him get rud of the two frauds
Who is the hero at the end of the book?
What is a picaresque novel?
a book that follows the wanderings of a rogue, or picaro
What does Twain never sermonize about in the novel?
What is the reason Huck would lie to get out of a situation?
it was the easiest way
The is the Kings's interpretation of Hamlet's soliloqy really?
What could Miss Watson be best described as?
When are the king and duke most detestable to Huck?
When they try to cheat the wilks out of their inheritance
The fog scene in which Jim and Huck are seperated is most usually interpreted as ...
who said: " The pitifulest thing out is a mob; that's what an army is-a mob; they don't fight with courage that's born in them, but with courage that's borrowed from their mass, and from their officers".
"Hain't we got all the folls in town on our side? And ain't that a big enough majority in any town?"
"Where was Moses when the candle went out?"
"But if Juliet's such a young gal, my peeled head and my white whiskers is goin' to look uncommon odd on her."
He was an actor, a theif, and a "con" man
He was one of the thieves whom Huck saw on the wrecked steamboat.
He was tricked into spelling his guest's name.
Pap, Miss Watson, and the Loftus search party serve in the novel as
Jim is Huck's achetypal
Twain never uses what kind of words in his novel
What are the tools of archetypal mentors
Magic and wisdom
The white fog represents what type of archetypal thing
According to Joseph Campbell all the following are parts of the hero's journey except what
When is the climax of the book
when Huck decides not to turn in Jim to Miss Watson