Huckleberry Finn Chapter 11 Analysis

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Some key events of chapter eleven of The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn include Huckleberry Finn pretending to be Sarah Williams, a girl living in Hookerville. Huckleberry has met a woman that is offering him a place to rest, and eat. The woman begins to chat about the local town, and begins on the topic of the murder of Huckleberry Finn. She says that there is a three-hundred dollar award for whoever retrieves the runaway slave, Jim, who is a suspect of the murder. Pap escaped town to avoid being lynched, and the law is asking two-hundred dollars for him. A rumor is also circulating that his Pap killed his son to collect his fortune. The woman says that her husband is going to search on Jackson’s Island for the runaway slave. Huckleberry
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