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Title: &Quot;The Adventures Of Huckleberry Finn&Quot;- Jim'S True Role

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Date: November 9, 2001
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When he moved in with the Widow Douglas, she "allowed she would [him]" but he did not want to stay with her because she was so "regular and decent... in all her ways" (2). He did not have what most people would consider morals. He was so against things moral and civilized that he could not even bear to live with someone as good as the Widow...

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He was so against things moral and civilized that he could not even bear to live with someone as good as the Widow. When Huck first befriended Jim, he was still in this ignorant and immoral state. He, like most others at this time, was a believer and supporter of the institution of slavery, but he did agree to help Jim escape because he himself would benefit from it...

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