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"Now we'll start this band of robbers and call it..." (T7)
"Don't you give me none o' your lip," (T19)
"de man ain't asleep-he's dead," (T50)
When the book starts, Huck and Tom and found a lot of money, six thousand dollars in gold for each of them. The Widow took Huck in and is trying to civilize him. Huck tried to run away at one time, but Tom promised Huck if he would stay he could join Tom's band of robbers. The Widow's sister tries to teach Huck proper manners, but she isn't doing very well. Huck is longing to get away from the boring routine he is stuck in and start an adventure. In the beginning of the next chapter Huck sneaks out of the house in the middle of the night and is smoking when he hears Tom Sawyer. Tom and Huck meet up, but they make a noise and one of the slaves hears them and comes out to see who they are.
In the beginning of chapter four Huck talks about his experiences with school. Huck talks about how he learned his read and write a little as well as learned his multiplication tables up to six times seven which equals 35. In the beginning of chapter five Huck sees his father. Huck is scared, and Huck's father mocks Huck about his clean clothes. Huck's father is upset with the widow's attempt to civilize Huck. Huck's dad tries to take the money Huck got on his adventures with Tom, but after he learns Huck doesn't have it he takes the dollar that Huck sold it for and goes out to drink. Widow Douglas tries to get custody of Huck, but she isn't allowed to have custody.
In the beginning of chapter nine Huck and Jim start to worry that someone will find them on their island. Huck and Jim set out to find a hiding place. Huck and Jim find a cave on the island and they stash all of their stuff in the cave. Later a storm comes and Huck and Jim hide in the cave.Huck and Jim find a house floating down the river, and when they look in the house they saw a dead man. Huck and Jim raid the house of anything useful and then return to their cave. In the next chapter even more of Jim's superstitions come out. Jim tells Huck not to think about the dead man because it is bad luck. Huck then returns to his island and warns Jim about the search party, and then he and Jim leave the island.
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