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... displayed 300 characters
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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,... displayed next 300 characters
In the beginning he believes that slavery is right. Through out the course of the novel he adapts his own moral code and follows his heart. At the end of the novel Huck now knows that slavery is wrong...
Since there have been numerous examples of them acting unkind towards everyone else, this passage in a way tops it all off. From when the king and the duke were introduced, readers may have felt repulsed by them...
this relationship when Huck frees Jim from jail. Huck will do anything possible to free Jim. He doesn't care how long or how much work he has to put in to free him; all he cares about is setting Jim free...
Jim teaches him right from wrong, and Huck knows now not to hurt people's feelings. Jim, unlike Pap, values his family as well. Jim is always "thinking about his wife and his children?and he was low and homesick", which teaches Huck that black people and white people aren't very different, and that Jim "cared just as much for his people as white folks does for their'n" (167)...
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