The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn - Study Guide Chapter 33 Summary & Analysis

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On his way to town, Huck spots the real Tom Sawyer who, at first, thinks that Huck is a ghost. Naturally, he is overjoyed to find that his friend his really still alive. Huck is amazed that, upon hearing his story, Tom immediately volunteers to help save Jim.

When the arrive at the Phelps, Tom is greeted joyfully and introduces himself as William Thompson so that Huck can remain in his pseudonym as Tom Sawyer. By mistake, he kisses his aunt on the mouth, embarrassing everyone and seeming to forget his role for a moment as a stranger. Then, while everyone is still startled, he reintroduces himself as Sid Sawyer, Tom's brother.

On the road, while they are talking about Pappy's disappearance and Jim's fugitive status, they run into a torch-carrying crowd yelling and banging tin pans as they carry out the King and the Duke, covered...

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