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The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 41 Summary

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Chapter 41 Summary

Huck procures the doctor and then goes home, falling asleep in a lumber pile. He tells his Aunt he has been looking for Jim with Tom, but Tom's disappeared for the moment. The farmers have come to the conclusion after looking at the inscription on the grindstone and the rag ladders and the way they used case knives. And all during this time, Aunt Sally was constantly afraid. But Sally has begun to worry about Tom. Huck promises that he won't leave, but of course he does.

Chapter 41 Analysis

After all the subterfuge, it all comes to naught because Jim is discovered with the Doctor. People think that Jim is completely out of his mind because of the inscriptions and case knives and journals. It is a difficult for everyone to handle. But the final ironies are yet to come.

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