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Explanation of scene: Miss Watson and the Widow try to teach Huck about the Bible and the story of Moses Why I chose it: Huck is not interested in learning about the Bible or Moses because it is not relevant to his life. This is satirical towards Southern society because people blindly follow religion.
A group of boys gather together and form a gang, with Tom being the leader. This scene is significant for character development because it shows that Tom Sawyer is a leader and is very imaginative. Huck tags along but is much more realistic and practical.
Jim uses superstition to find out Huck's future when his father comes home This is satirical towards religion and faith because these characters are depending on a hair-ball to determine Huck's future.
Huck goes to the judge but the judge does not let him separate from his father simply because he is his father. This is satirical because power in society lied in the hands of the parents even if they are terrible people
Huck's father keeps Huck in a cabin so he can try to get money from him Huck's father opposes what a good father is because he is selfish and holds his son back.
Huck fakes his death so his father or his adoptive parents won't have control over him anymore. This shows how Huck is rebellious and wants his freedom. He was under control of others but he wanted to be independent.
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