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Essay | The End of "The Adventures of Huck Finn" from the Point of View of Jim

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The End of "The Adventures of Huck Finn" from the Point of View of Jim

Summary: This essay is written from the point of view of Jim from "The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn" by Mark Twain. It entails the last 4 chapters of the book.
I was so happy when Tom came into the cabin to rescue me from the farmer. He looked very funny dressed as Huck's Aunt Sally. It was somewhat frightening how much like her he looked. Huck then came in with butter running down his face and all over his shirt. He looked like a monster of some sort! The three of us had to huddle in the corner to avoid being detected by the farmers. Most of the farmers had guns and were planning to shoot whoever tried to steal me.

Luckily, Tom, Huck, and I were able to escape through a small hole that we dug. The whole was just big enough to allow one person to squeeze through at a time. It was easy for Huck to slide through because he was covered...

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