"A whole parcel of Spanish merchants and rich Arabs was going to camp in Cave Hollow...we would kill the loot and scoop the things."
"Where are the Spanish merchants and rich Arabs?"
"You have no imagination Huckleberry!"
Why I chose this scene
Huckleberry Finn and his gang prepare to rob and murder hundreds of Spanish merchants and rich Arabs at their local park, even though Huckleberry is a little bit skeptical about it.
Huckleberry is puzzled and a little bit angered because he sees no Spanish merchants and Rich Arabs, just a Sunday School picnic with a bunch of children.
I chose this scene from "The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn" because it shows that Huckleberry trusts Tom, maybe not anymore, even if he thinks it is unreasonable. It also develops Tom Sawyers personality because it shows he is imaginative and not gruesome like the author leads the reader to think when he creates the gang to kill and rob people.