Special Sub-Topic: How Well Do You Know "Huckleberry Finn"?
|Huck went to stay with whom while still in Missouri?|
Widow Douglas. Huck was considered orphaned, and Widow Douglas "took him in." She lived strongly by her religion and expected Huck to live that way, also.
|Boggs usually came to town for what?|
monthly drinking day. Boggs wasn't supposed to go into town until 1:00 one afternoon. When he went a few minutes before one, Colonel Sherburn shot him.
|What was the name of the steamboat Huck and Jim used?|
Walter Scott & The Walter Scott. This steamboat was overrun by robbers and murderers, then sunk.
|How did Huck know his dad was in the same town as he was?|
his boot print. Pap's boot print was a boot with nails at the top. Huck saw it in some sand, and knew he needed to get away.
|Whose was the body in the house floating down the river?|
Pap. Jim saw the body while searching the house. He knew who it was but didn't tell Huck until the end of the book.
|What type of pie do Huck and Tom bake for Jim?|
None of these. Huck and Tom bake Jim a Witch Pie to help him escape from the Phelps' farm. It includes a rope ladder in it for him to climb out of his shed.
|What is the type of play that the Duke, King, and Huck put on to raise money?|
Shakespearean Revival. Although they are not accomplished Shakespearean actors, they put this play on to try to raise money for them to run away from the law.
|What does Jim plan to do once he and Huck reach Cairo, Illinois?|
take a boat to Ohio, where he will be free. Jim plans to travel up the Ohio River to a free state. Huck, however, is uncertain as to the propriety of heloping a slave to escape, and debates turning Jim in when they arrive in Cairo. In the end, he helps Jim escape.
|Do the members of Tom's gang have to take an oath or make an agreement to do something?|
yes. They have to pick a family member who they will kill if anyone finds out about the gang.
|What name does Huck take on at Aunt Sally's?|
Tom Sawyer & Tom. This plan gets very exciting once Tom shows up for a visit.
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