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The Blossoming of Jim in "The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn"

Summary: The character Jim develops from an unimpressive beginning to a brilliantly developed character once he teams up with Huck in "The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn" by Mark Twain. When the two boys bond, it's then the reader sees how helpful Jim has been to Huck.
The Blossoming of Jim

The most significant character of The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn may very well be Jim. In terms of society ranking, Jim is considered a typical slave. With his unimpressive introduction very early in the novel, Jim had a seemingly futile role. However, when fate brought together Jim and Huck a bit later in the novel, it was truly astonishing how Jim brilliantly developed as a character throughout the entire novel.

Jim was one of the earliest characters in the novel to be presented, in chapter two. His presentation was surely nothing elaborate. Huck introduced Jim as "Miss Watson's big nigger," (18). Along with having what seemed to be a low intelligence, Jim also happened to be prone to pranks. For example, "When he was ten foot off, Tom whispered to me and wanted to tie Jim to...

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