Huckleberry Finn: Chapter Analysis

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This scenario exemplifies how Jim had to degrade himself to reach his goal of being free. I believe that Huck noticed the humiliation that Jim was faced with when he had to wear ropes and a wanted sign around his neck. This scene could have sparked a changing thought in Huck 's head that allowed him to see what a human has to endure in order to meet his family and live a normal life, free of shame. This is also the first time we see two random people support abolitionism. I found it appalling that they would fabricate a scenario to save Jim. I don 't see any reason why helping a slave gain freedom will benefit them. Since they are scammers, are they planning to sell Jim later
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