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The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn - Chapter 3 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 3 Summary

When Huck got back from his adventure with the "gang," he was quite dirty, but Miss Watson didn't say anything but got him out some clean clothes and prayed with him. Huck was moved enough by the idea of prayer to go to the forest to think about it, but couldn't see a whole lot of truth in it. After all, Miss Watson couldn't put on weight and Deacon Winn couldn't get back the money he had lost on pork. He noticed a difference between Miss Watson's and the widow's idea about the after-life and wound up preferring the widow's. Some people thought a drowned man they found was his Pap's, but he was sure it wasn't. Pap beat him a lot and wasn't much fun to be with.

Tom and the boys played at being a gang, but it turns out that hogs became gold ingots...

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