Friendship is at the center of Huckleberry Finn chapters 8-11

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Friendship is at the center of Huckleberry Finn chapters 8-11 저자: Mind Map: Friendship is at the center of Huckleberry Finn chapters 8-11

1. Chapter 8

1.1. I spare Miss Watson's Jim

1.2. "But mind, you said you wouldn' tell—you know you said you wouldn' tell, Huck." "Well, I did. I said I wouldn't, and I'll stick to it. Honest INJUN, I will. People would call me a low-down Abolitionist and despise me for keeping mum—but that don't make no difference. I ain't a-going to tell, and I ain't a-going back there, anyways. So, now, le's know all about it."

1.3. The point of chapter 8 is friendship. Huck escaped pap, down the river Huck finds his friend Jim. He tells Jim how he escaped and Jim tells him that he escaped too and that he is now considered a runaway slave.

2. Chapter 10


2.2. Here's Tom Sawyer's aunt Sally asking Huck, "Is that you?" By now, Huck is so used to lying that he says "Yes" before he even knows who "you" is supposed to be. In other words, Huck will be whoever you want him to be. Just like your imaginary boyfriend.

2.3. The point in chapter 10 is friendship. Jim decides that Huck should dress up like a girl and go to town to try and find some news.He puts on a dress paddles in, and comes to the door of a little shanty.

3. Chapter 9

3.1. The House Of Death Floats By

3.2. And so, take it all around, we made a good haul. When we was ready to shove off we was a quarter of a mile below the island, and it was pretty broad day; so I made Jim lay down in the canoe and cover up with the quilt, because if he set up people could tell he was a nigger a good ways off.

3.3. The point in chapter 9 is friendship. One night, they see a makeshift house floating down the river, which was flooded and dislodged in the storm.They climb in, and Jim finds a dead body. He tells Huck not to look at the man's face, as it's "too gashly." After taking supplies from the house, they head back to Jackson's Island.

4. Chapter 11

4.1. They're After Us!

4.2. "What did you say your name was, honey?" "M—Mary Williams." "Honey, I thought you said it was Sarah when you first come in?" "Oh, yes'm, I did. Sarah Mary Williams. Sarah's my first name. Some calls me Sarah, some calls me Mary."

4.3. The point of chapter 11 is friendship. Huck does an awful job of acting like a girl, The woman catches him. The woman calls him out, saying she knows he is a runaway apprentice. Huck is all, "Aw, shucks, you caught me". Meanwhile, Huck hauls it back to Jackson's Island and tells Jim that they have to get out.