The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn - Chapter 25 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 25 Summary

Word has gotten around that the King and the Duke have gotten to town and they are Peter Wilks' brothers. Her nieces are very happy to see their "uncles" and jump into their arms. Moments later, they put on a big act of crying in front of the coffin. The King invites them to a family supper, but two of his best friends, the Reverend Hobson and Dr. Robinson, were away. They are, of course, very happy to read the letter that gave them $3000 in gold as well as dividing assets amongst the rest of the family. They decide to win the girls' favor by pretending to give the girls their own money. That is, before they steal all of it. Then, Doctor Robinson comes back and calls the King an imitation and a fraud. One of the nieces responds by asking the King and the Duke...

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