Huckleberry Finn Project part 2
By gabby8991, Updated
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Part 2 of the Huckleberry Finn project: Literary Term: Conflict By: Gabby interdonato
When Huck told Jim that the whole getting lost int he fog thing was a dream and Jim got mad. This was an example of conflict because Jim was upset at Huck and he told Huck how he felt then walked away. buck felt really bad afterwards.
"Then he got up slow and walked to the wigwam, and went in there without saying anything but that. But that was enough. It made me feel so mean I could almost kissed his foot to get him to take it back."
When pap was in Huck's bedroom and starts yelling at him is conflict because he is angry with Huck and he is in a disagreement, if you will, with Huck about how Huck thinks he is better than him.
“Don’t you give me none o’ your lip,” says he. “You’ve put on considerable many frills since I been away. I’ll take you down a peg before I get done with you."
When the King is upset at Huk because they lost all of the money they were supposed to "inherit" from Peter Wilks is an example of conflict because the King starts to shake Huck and he is yelling at him.
When they got aboard the king went for me, and shook me by the collar, and says: “Tryin’ to give us the slip, was ye, you pup! Tired of our company, hey?”
“No, your majesty, we warn’t—please don’t, your majesty!”
Huck has an internal conflict about whether or not he should help Jim escape or if he should help Ms. Watson find him. This is a conflict because he is fighting two things within himself.
Well, I tried the best I could to kinder soften it up somehow for myself by saying I was brung up wicked, and so I warn’t so much to blame; but something inside of me kept saying, “There was the Sunday-school, you could a gone to it; and if you’d a done it they’d a learnt you there that people that acts as I’d been act- ing about that nigger goes to everlasting fire.”
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