The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn - Study Guide Chapter 34 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 34 Summary

Tom figures out where Jim is- in the ash hopper. Who else would they be slipping watermelon to? They decide they will dig him out. When they returned to the house, Tom enters by climbing up the lightening rod instead of going up the backdoor, a prelude to many self-created complexities. Jim is being looked over by a slave. He says he can't be there at night or he might be set upon by witches. So the slave's superstition works in their favor.

Chapter 34 Analysis

Superstition works in their favor as they keep Jim's slave attendant from bothering them while they dig out Jim at night. Jim is very happy to see them as both his friends have decided that his freedom is worth the risk.

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