Huck Finn Chapter 7- Anneliese and Jamie
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"Get up! What you 'bout!"Don't stand there palavering all day but out with you and see if there is a fish on the lines for breakfast."(Pap)
While Huck is checking for fish on the lines, he finds a canoe drifting in the water and then hides it in the woods to later help him for his escape from his father.
Huck later in the day finishes sawing his way out of the cabin and collects, food, supplies, and anything of value in the cabin.
Huck then kills a wild pig in the woods and drags it back to the cabin, spills the blood, and smashes the door to make it look as though he was murdered by robbers. Mark Twain showed imagery when describing the escape of Huck Finn in a very detailed manner and creating a very clear image in readers mind.
Huck makes it out of his Pap's cabin and then gathers all supplies, cookware, and everything of value that was in the cabin and takes it with him. Huck does encounter his pap but escapes without being noticed to Jackson Island.
The theme of this chapter is about freedom for Huck. Huck again tells a white lie to Pap to cover up his escape plans. Huck is more committed to freedom than he is even to truth; he is willing to do whatever it takes to execute his escape plan efficiently even though people are affected by his escape.
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