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The king and the duke make amends and indulge in drinks . What is Twain probably suggesting by having these characters take to drinking? How does Twain express his skepticism toward men who claim to be "reformed" and those who push to "reform" others? How does the foreshadowing in Chapter 4 come to a resolution at the beginning of chapter 6? What is the literal meaning of Huck's expression, "I see I was up a stamp?" (pg.168 what is ironic about Pa's what is ironic about Pa's holding Huck against his will? How does Twain create humor in the tense situation of Pa's drunken rage in the cabin? Describe the examples of imagery used at the end of this chapter What satire about religion does Huck Offer in this chapter? List and summarize the situations of superstitions mentioned in this chapter Although some critics find fault with what they consider to be Twains "heavy-handed" use of such figurative and sound devices , what effect does he create with this language? In what way does Jim assume a father-like role to Huck at the end of the chapter temporarily establishing him as a foil to Pap? Hypothesize why the reward for Pap is only two hundred dollars and the reward for jim is three hundred dollars given that Pap is suspected as Huck's killer what purpose does this chapter serve? what do the events of this chapter suggest about Huck's personal development ? Identify the hyperbole in the first paragraph of this chapter and explain why it is used here Explain how Twain's experience as a riverboat captain and the writing technique of local color enhance the exposition of this chapter What must Hester do during this short time out of prison? For how long? How does Twain begin to question the morality of slavery in this chapter? How is Suspense created in this chapter? What is the purpose of this chapter ? What does Huck do at the end of this chapter that was surprising in the historical and social context of the book? Why is this a turning point for Huck and Jim's friendship? What is ironic about the Grangerfords' and Shepersons' attending chruch? What event makes Huck want to leave the Grangeford property ? when does he finally feel safe agian? References

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How does Twain express his skepticism toward men who claim to be "reformed" and those who push to "reform" others?

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How does the foreshadowing in Chapter 4 come to a resolution at the beginning of chapter 6?

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What is the literal meaning of Huck's expression, "I see I was up a stamp?" (pg.168

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what is ironic about Pa's holding Huck against his will?

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How does Twain create humor in the tense situation of Pa's drunken rage in the cabin?

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Describe the examples of imagery used at the end of this chapter

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What satire about religion does Huck Offer in this chapter?

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List and summarize the situations of superstitions mentioned in this chapter

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Although some critics find fault with what they consider to be Twains "heavy-handed" use of such figurative and sound devices , what effect does he create with this language?

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In what way does Jim assume a father-like role to Huck at the end of the chapter temporarily establishing him as a foil to Pap?

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Hypothesize why the reward for Pap is only two hundred dollars and the reward for jim is three hundred dollars given that Pap is suspected as Huck's killer

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The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn

what purpose does this chapter serve?

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what do the events of this chapter suggest about Huck's personal development ?

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Identify the hyperbole in the first paragraph of this chapter and explain why it is used here

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Explain how Twain's experience as a riverboat captain and the writing technique of local color enhance the exposition of this chapter

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How does Twain begin to question the morality of slavery in this chapter?

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How is Suspense created in this chapter?

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What is the purpose of this chapter ?

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What does Huck do at the end of this chapter that was surprising in the historical and social context of the book? Why is this a turning point for Huck and Jim's friendship?

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What is ironic about the Grangerfords' and Shepersons' attending chruch?

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What event makes Huck want to leave the Grangeford property ? when does he finally feel safe agian?

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