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Essay heading: &Quot;The Adventures Of Huckleberry Finn&Quot;- Jim'S True Role
 
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Huck was clearly beginning to truly care about Jim as a person. However, the fact that Jim was a slave was still an issue for Huck. Before they realized they had passed Cairo in the fog, and they still were looking for it because it meant freedom for Jim, it truly dawned on Huck for the first time that he was helping a slave escape...
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Before they realized they had passed Cairo in the fog, and they still were looking for it because it meant freedom for Jim, it truly dawned on Huck for the first time that he was helping a slave escape. He "couldn't get that out of [his] conscience, he believed that because he "knowed [Jim] was running for his freedom,...
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