The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn - Study Guide Chapter 31 Summary & Analysis

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The raft pushes on relentlessly until the royal couple is out of danger. They begin to pillage the villages with a temperance lecture, a dancing school, a yellocution class, telling fortunes, etc. Finally, when they came to Pikesville, the King went ashore to assess the possibilities. When the King didn't come back, the Duke and Huck went to find him. They found him in a tavern facing up to some men. When he and the Duke started to fight, Huck left to escape with Jim, but finds Jim has been stolen, thanks to the King, who sold him out. Huck has an attack of "conscience" for stealing the old woman's slave and decides to write Miss Watson about Jim. But realizing what a great friend Jim was, he tears up the letter and decides to pursue the path of perdition by trying to save Jim.

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