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Ms.Watson tries to teach Huck about her beliefs, but he believes he doesn't have to follow those rules. He believes he is free and is his own person. The scene is important because Huck is seen as an outcast not wanting to learn what he is taught, he has different point of view of the world itself.
Huck has suspicion of his father being back. He fears him and does not rebel against him what so ever. This scene is important because his dad notices he is educated and has more than he did and Huck does not rebel.
Huck cannot be free because his father still has full control of him. This scene is important because his pap treats Huck poorly and no matter what he wants the judge will not give him the power to get away.
Huck gives the money to Judge Thatcher because he doesn't want his dad to find it. This scene is important because he doesn't care about materialism.
Huck goes to Jim who can determine the "future". This scene is important because this lets you know that during this time case and that Pap only came back to get Huck's money.
This is the scene where Huck decides to leave after he had staged his death. It is important because he states that now that he is "dead" he is now free to go where he wishes and can do what ever he wants. This scene makes him independent because he left everything behind and took nothing else.
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