The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn - Study Guide Chapter 43 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 43 Summary

Tom was going to make up to Jim his little subterfuge, paying him for his time and even getting some slaves to parade him with a brass band to celebrate his freedom. Still, he paid Jim forty dollars, which made Jim very happy and now he believed that he had fulfilled the prophecy that he had related to Huck so long ago. One day, Jim was going to be rich- and now he was, a rich, free man! And the three of them plan new adventures in Indian Territory. Tom attaches his bullet to a watch guard and hangs it around his neck. Huck plans on leaving for the new territories before Aunt Sally winds up civilizing him, as Miss Watson had tried not so long ago.

Chapter 43 Analysis

In the end, all goes well. Tom gets to keep his bullet, Jim goes free and Huck prepares...

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