The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn

The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn

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Huckleberry Finn

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  • Exposition
  • Conflict
  • Rising Action
  • Huck and Tom meet a few other boys to discuss making themselves a group of bandits like in the adventure books Tom reads. Huck is also introduced as a troublesome child only because his drunkard father doesn't raise him properly.
  • Climax
  • After Huck was taken away by his father the two of them lived in a small cottage away from others. His father would occasionally beat him and would lock him inside when he left to get supplies. Eventually, Huck made an escape plan and ran away from his father by faking his death.
  • Falling Action
  • It's how it is in the books, there's an order to the things you do to help someone escape.
  • Huck runs into Jim who ran away from Miss Watson and the two stick together as they travel to get Jim to freedom. Soon enough, they meet frauds who say they are a Duke and a Dauphin. The two men take Jim and Huck town to town and scam the people of the towns for some quick cash.
  • Resolution
  • Huck realizes Jim was sold by the Duke and gets the Duke to tell him where he is. Jim turns to be in the custody of a man named Silias Phelps. Huck leaves he duo and goes to steal Jim from Phelps' farm.
  • Huck pretends to be the nephew of the a woman who lives on the farm named Sally and the nephew just so happens to be Tom Sawyer. Later on Huck runs into Tom and tells him about the plan to steal Jim and Tom surprises Huck by joining in stealing him.
  • Tom reveals that Miss Watson passed away and that in her will she had set Jim free. Sally also figured out that Huck wasn't actually Tom and that Tom was actually Sid. They offer to adopt Huck as one of their own but Huck isn't particularly fond of the idea and prefers to live free by himself.
  • Huck, you won't have to worry about your money being taken because your pap is dead.
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