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Tom and Huck found ($6,000 each) from robbers 2. With whom did Huckleberry (Huck) live?
Widow Douglas 3. What is Twain satirizing in Huck’s attitude toward Moses?
Religion-“faith” wisdom from dead people 4. Who is Miss Watson?
Widow Douglas’s sister 5. What did Huck like to do that the Widow Douglas would not allow?
6. Why did Huck decide to go back and live with the Widow Douglas after he ran away?
Tom Sawyer said he’d start a band of robbers 7. What happened when Huck went to bed that demonstrated his superstitious beliefs?
He flicked spider-landed in candle and burned – He then turned around 3 times bent and tied lock of hair

Ch 2 1. Who is Jim?
Miss Watson’s slave 2. For whom does Jim work?
Miss Watson 3. How did Jim explain about how his hat got on the tree limb?
4. Where do the boys meet for their secret meetings?
Cave/hole in hill covered by bushes 5. What were the two requirements to join the gang?
Every boy stick with band –never tell any secret 6. From where did Tom get the idea for the robber’s oath?
His head, pirate-books and robber books 7. What was the punishment for breaking the oath?
Kill families of boys who broke the oath 8. What problem did the boys realize that Huck would have concerning the punishment for a broken oath?
His father was a drunk-basically an orphan 9. Who did Huck offer to solve this problem?
Offered Miss Watson 10. What supposedly should happen when the women were taken for ransom?
They fall in love with captors 11. Who was the captain of the gang?
Tom Sawyer 12. Who was the second captain of the gang?
Jo Harper

Ch 3 1. What did Miss Watson have Huck do when she took him to the closet?
2. What did Miss Watson tell Huck to do concerning prayer?
Pray daily-get what you pray for 3. For what did Huck pray?
Prayed for hooks for fishing line-3-4 times never got them 4. What about these prayers confused Huck?
If you get what you ask for-–why couldn’t people get back things they lost 5. How did Miss Watson explain away Huck’s confusion?
He was a fool-only pray for spiritual gifts 6. Describe Huck’s father.
Absent (hadn’t seen him in more than 1 yr) –abusive and drunk 7. What supposedly happened to Pap? How did he die?
8. What was found in the river to lead the townspeople to believe that this had been Pap’s fate?
Unkempt long hair rugged person floating on back-couldn’t tell face 9. How did Huck explain the mistaken identity?
Woman dressed as a man 10. Explain the “robberies” committed by Tom, Huck and their band? pretending Ch 4 1. What was Huck’s greatest accomplishment in math?
6 x 7 = 35 2. What did Huck do when he became tired of school?
Played hooky 3. What was Huck’s thought when he turned over the salt at breakfast?
Superstitions-throw if over his shoulder for luck 4. What did Huck discover beside the high board fence in the snow?
Tracks-a boot with a cross (made of nails) 5. What does Huck say is the reason for the big nails in the left heel?
Cross to keep devil away 6. After seeing the tracks, what unexpected action did Huck take with his money?
Asks Judge Thatcher to keep it 7. Whose tracks were in the snow?
8. What does Jim use to tell people’s fortune?
Hairball (found in ox stomach) 9. What two things does Huck want to learn from Jim’s hair ball?
What he (pap) was going to do – was he going to stay? 10. What did Huck have to give Jim so that the hair-ball would work?
Old counterfeit coin (quarter) 11. What was the hair-ball’s answer?
Pap doesn’t know (has black/white angels- good/bad) 12. Who did Huck find in his room after Jim had told his fortune?
Ch 5 1. How did Huck’s father get into Huck’s room?
He snuck/crept in the window 2. What has Huck done that makes Pap say Huck feels he is better than he?
He wore starched clothes-he can read and write 3. Why didn’t the new judge let the courts take Huck from his family?
He didn’t want to separate the family 4. What did the new judge do for Pap after he got out of jail?
Took him to his home and tried to reform him 5. How did Pap break his arm?
Drunk-fell/rolled off the porch 6. What did the judge finally say was the only way Pap could possibly be reformed?
Ch 6 1. Why did Pap go after Judge Thatcher?
For Huck’s money 2. Why didn’t Pap want Huck to go to school?
He didn’t want him (Huck) better than himself 3. Why did Huck continue to go to school despite his father’s protests?
He went to spite Pap went because Pap didn't want him to become educated)

4. What did Pap do to Huck (why did Huck leave the Widow Douglas)?
When he caught Huck he beat him-finally, one day he caught Huck and took Huck to cabin hidden away 5. What did Pap do with Huck each time he left the cabin?
He locked him up 6. What about staying with Pap did Huck not like?
The beatings/lock-ups 7. What event happened that caused Huck to decide to leave Pap’s cabin?
Whelps from beatings and/or locked in cabin 3 days 8. How was Huck going to get out of the cabin?
Saw out of room 9. Why did Pap begin screaming?
DT ‘s Delirium Tremens-alcohol related hallucination 10. Why did Huck sit with a loaded gun pointed at Pap?
He didn’t trust him – didn’t feel safe-wanted to protect himself

Ch 7 1. What type of transportation did Huck find floating down the river?
2. What did Huck decide to do with his find?
Hide it and use it to escape 3. What provisions did Huck put into the canoe?
Saw, blanket, bucket, gourd, corn meal, bacon, coffee, sugar, gun and ammunition 4. What did Huck shoot?
Wild pig 5. Describe how Huck “covered up” his escape.
Killed pig used blood/bay of rocks; drug to pond to look like body had been dragged and dumped 6. Where does Huck plan to go to hide?
Canoe/floated lying down then went to woods –Jackson Island
Ch 8 1. What are two methods used by the townspeople to look for a drowned carcass?
1-fire cannon (make body rise) 2 quick silver in loaves of bread they’ll float to body 2. From where did Huck get his lunch?
Bread that floated by the canoe 3. What did Huck find that caused “My heart (to) jump up amongst my lungs”?
Walked onto ashes of campfire 4. Who did Huck find lying on a blanket near a campfire?
5. Why was he frightened when he first saw Huck?
Jim thinks he is dead-must be a ghost 6. Why did Jim decide to run away?
He heard he’d be sold (for $800) down to Orleans

Ch 9 1. What did Jim and Huck find in the floating house?
Dead man 2. How had the dead man been killed?
2-3 days 3. What reason does Jim give to prevent Huck from looking at the body?
Too ghastly-dead too long 4. List some of the items that Huck and Jim took from the cabin.
Tin lantern, butcher knife, Barlow knife, candles, time cup, gourd, hatchet, quilt , fishing line, hooks, hatchet, nails, curry comb, roll of buckskin

Ch 10 1. Why wouldn’t Jim talk about the dead man?
He said it did bring bad luck/ he did haunt them 2. What had Jim said concerning the snakeskin he had found on the ridge?
Worst bad luck if you touched it 3. What type of joke does Huck decide to play on Jim?
He kills a rattlesnake and then curls it up at Jim’s bed 4. How does the practical joke backfire?
The snake’s mate comes and bites Jim 5. What disguise did Huck decide to wear?
Girl clothing-shirt, blouse, bonnet

Ch 11 1. Who is Sarah Williams?
Name Huck uses when dressed like a girl 2. Who does Huck learn is thought to be “his” murderer?
3. What two things did Pap do when it was discovered that Jim was gone?
1) Pap went boo-hooing to Judge Thatcher to get $ to hunt the slave accused of Huck's murder
2) Pap took that money and got drunk!

4. Who else does the town think may have killed Huck?
5. What was Pap’s supposed motive for killing Huck? money 6. How much was the reward for Jim?
7. Where does the town think Jim is hiding?
Close by 8. List the mistakes that Huck made when he was dressed up and pretending?
Changed names (Mary/Sarah) wore old Calico, didn’t thread needle correctly 9. What is the lady’s name that gave him the supplies and the information?
Mrs. Loftus

Ch 15 1. To what town were Jim and Huck heading?
2. How did the weather change on the second night? fog 3. How did the raft get away?
Tied to saplings-weak little trees-stiff current uprooted trees and raft untied 4. Why didn’t Huck immediately pursue the raft?
5. In what vehicle did Huck pursue the raft? canoe 6. How did Jim and Huck get separated?
Fog and current 7. How did Jim try to signal Huck when they were separated?
8. What joke does Huck play or what lie does he tell Jim when Huck finally finds Jim asleep on the raft?
He acts like he has been there the whole time and that Jim’s drunk or crazy or dreamed it all up 9. Why does Huck apologize to Jim for his “mean trick”?
He feels guilty-realizes how terrible it made Jim feel

Ch 16 1. What town are they seeking?
2. What does Jim plan to do when he is free?
Saves money, buy his wife and 2 kids 3. What had Jim said that made Huck decide to turn Jim in?
He said he was a free man (when he saw Cairo) 4. What did Jim say that made Huck change his mind?
Jim says good friend “best friend ever had” “now, only friend” 5. What story does Huck create to keep the men who were looking for runaway slaves from looking on the raft?
Father has small pox 6. What did the men give to Huck to “help him out”?
7. Where had Jim been hiding while Huck was talking to the men?
In canoe 8. To what “bad luck charm” does Jim again refer?
Rattlesnake skin 9. When they go back for the raft at dark, what do they discover is missing?
The canoe 10. How was the raft destroyed?
Steam boat 11. How did Huck escape?
Dove under water 12. After Huck swam to shore, why didn’t he walk past the large log house?
Dogs howling/barking

Ch 23 1. What part did the king play in the Royal Nonesuch?
The Royal Nonesuch (prancing on all fore’s naked and striped colors of the rainbow 2. What logic did the audience use when they decided not to demand their money back?
They didn’t want to look like fools to rest of town 3. What did Huck realize was the intention of the audience at the next show?
Rotten eggs, cabbages-dead cat to throw at show 4. When Huck realizes this (ques. #3) what does he do?
Huck takes off to raft 5. How much money had the duke and the king made during those three nights?
6. What does Huck tell Jim about “all kings”?
“All kings is mostly rapscallions” or “Kings is Kings- an ornery lot its way they were raised.” 7. Why didn’t Jim wake Huck when it was time for Huck to go on watch?

8. What did Jim ask his daughter to do?
Shut the door (“shet de do”) 9. When Elizabeth did not do as Jim had requested, what did he do?
Yelled-then slapped her 10. Why did Jim feel guilty about the way he treated his daughter?
He didn’t realize at first – she was deaf and dumb 11. What had caused Elizabeth’s deafness?
Scarlet fever

Ch 31 1. How does the king make $40 after the group begins to run out of money?
“sold” gave Jim up…took $40 – the reward other got was going to be the zoo 2. To whose plantation had Jim been sold?
Mr. Phelps 3. What about the sale of Jim makes Huck mad?
All that Jim had done for King/ Duke –then sold him to strangers for $40 4. Why couldn’t Huck pray?
Can’t pray a lie- he wasn’t sorry about helping Jim 5. Why does Huck write a letter to Tom Sawyer to tell Miss Watson?
He thought that if Jim had to be a slave… better to be a slave “back home.” 6. Why did Huck tear up the letter and what does he say?
Thoughts and memories of Jim 7. What does Huck decide to do?
Go get Jim

Ch 41 1. What did Huck do after he sent Jim after Tom?
He went and got doctor and told the story

Ch 42 1. What letter did Huck hide?
(Sis) Aunt Polly 2. When Jim was re-captured, why did the townspeople decide to hang him?
They weren’t sure of master –may have to pay 3. How did they treat Jim?
They heard how good he had been and were kinder 4. Why did the old doctor “take up” for Jim?
He helped him get bullet from Tom’s leg 5. Why did Tom confess to helping Jim escape?
He’s proud of his work 6. What did old Miss Watson write in her will?
Jim would be free 7. Why did Tom go to all the trouble of Jim’s escape?
8. Who arrived unexpectedly at Aunt Sally’s?
Aunt Polly 9. What revelation does Aunt Polly make to Aunt Sally?
She explains who Huck is and who Tom is – she verified that Miss Watson set Jim free in will 10. Where were the letters?
In the trunk

Ch 43/Ch The Last 1. What did Tom do to “make up” to Jim?
Gave $40 for being patient 2. What does the reader learn from Jim about the dead man on the floating house?
It was Pap 3. What does Tom begin wearing around his neck?
Bullet from leg 4. What does Huck plan to do now? Why?
“light out” – run away- Aunt Sally will try to “sivilize” him…...

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