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The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 30 Summary

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Chapter 30 Summary

Naturally, the King and the Duke climb on board the raft. Huck tells them he had to run or might have been hung. The Duke forces the King to admit that he hid the gold in the coffin, even though it isn't true. However, the King decides to "own up" anyway. Huck's secret is protected.

Chapter 30 Analysis

Although nothing has really gone the way Huck planned and the King and the Duke are with Huck and Jim again, Fate steps in. The Duke forces the King to admit that he stole the gold and Huck's story is saved, at least as a matter of public issue.

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