The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn Essay | What is the effect that Jim has on Huck throughout the book?

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What is the effect that Jim has on Huck throughout the book?

Summary: This essay describes the effect that Jim had on Huck and what led Huck to change his mind about Jim.

    What was that effect Jim had on Huck? Some think it was friendship, or caring, maybe even love. I think the way Jim cared for Huck, made Huck realize that Jim can care for others, and that Jim isn't just property. He is a human being with feelings. When Huck makes that promise in Chapter VIII he keeps his word. Even if he thinks its wrong, he will do it anyway. In the very next chapter, Jim doesn't let Huck see the dead body, because Jim thought that it was too gory to look at it for Huck. It turns up to be Huck's father, Pap. In Chapter X Huck puts the rattle snake skin in Jim's bed. Jim later, gets bitten by a snake's mate. Huck helps him and makes sure Jim's OK. Then...

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