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  • The Widow Douglas, she took me for her son... she would SIVILIZE me; but it was rough living in the house, (Twain, pg 1).
  • Me-yow! Me-yow! (Pg 3)
  • I got an old tin lamp... but it warn't no use, none of the genies come, (pg 11)
  • Huck was taken in by the Widow, who cared for him and tried to civilize him, because he had no education, and had a poor life.
  • Pap was here again, for I found his tracks in the snow... was he going to stay? (Pg 13)
  • Yo' ole father doan' know, yit, what he's a-Gwynn to do... but you is all right (pg 13)
  • Huck sneaks out of Widow Douglas's house to hang out with his friend, Tom Sawyer, who wants to make a gang of robbers.
  • I hain't got no money, (pg 15) 
  • I'll give you a cowhide...so don't gimme no sass...you git me that money tomorrow-I want it (pg 15)
  • At this point, Huck realizes that Tom Sawyer was lying about genies from the lamp granting wishes, and decided that it was childish.
  • I pulled out some of my hair, and bloodied the axe good...they won't ever hunt the river for anything but my dead carcass, (pg 25)
  • Huck is worried after he sees pap's boot prints in the snow, so he sells his fortune of money to Judge Thatcher, and asks Miss Watson's slave, Jim, to predict his future (according to a hair ball)
  • After Pap came to town and was refused the right to Huck's money, he kidnapped Huck and took him to a cabin in the woods.
  • Huck makes a grand escape, faking his own "murder" by killing a pig, bringing its blood in the house, causing a wreck, bloodying the ax, smashing the door, dragging a heavy sack to the river as if his "murderer" threw him in, and escaping on his hidden canoe.
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