Huck Finn Reading
What doesn’t Hack Like about the Widow Douglas? The fact that she makes him wear new clothes that are tight and she won’t let him SMS joke and he had to pray before he ate his food. 2. What does Jim think has happened to him as a result of the trick that Tom plays on him? Jim was sleeping when they snuck out, so Tom played a trick by placing his hat on the branch above his head; when Jim woke up, he told everyone that a witch flew him all over town and then placed his hat up there. 3.
How does Hack know that the drowned body that Is found Is not his Pap? Hack says that a man would float on his back, and not on his face, unlike that drowned d person. 4. When Tom’s gang raids the “Spanish merchants and rich Arabs” what is It that t hey actually do? They interrupted a Scandalously picnic, and stole the food. 5. Where does Miss Watson take Hack to pray? Why? Miss Watson takes Hack to pray In a closet. Interpreting Meanings:understand (an action, mood, or way of behaving) as having a particular meaning or significance 6. How would you compare the characters of the Widow Douglas and Miss Watson?
Miss Watson is more lenient than the Widow and cares less about rule than the Widow though she cares a lot about it. She is more favorable since if on is in her supervision, it would be far better than the widows. 7. How does Hack respond to Miss Watson admonitions to pray? What does this tee II us about Hack? By Mark Twain, 1884 Hack says he can’t get what he prays for. This shows that he is young and superstitious us in an innocent way 8. How would you characterize Husk’s self image at this point in the novel? Do you think it is accurate? His selfsame is very young, rude, sly, and playful. 9. What is the setting of the novel?
Why is the time period in which it is set imports It is set in SST. Petersburg, Missouri near the Mississippi River. Let is important because that is where Hack and Tom are and it tell watt they are doing. 10. How would you contrast the characters of Hack and Tom? Tom is very imaginative and is always thinking up games and schemes, and involving Hack and his other friends in them. Hack is more practical than Tom, but allows himself to be lead by Tom at times. This is seen most clearly in the closing chapters of ‘Huckleberry Finn’ where Hack allows Tom to make a game out of Jims imprisonment, in spite of the