Huckelberry Finn Adventure

Essay by PaperNerd ContributorHigh School, 11th grade April 2001

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The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn In the book called, The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn by the author of Mark Twain. In this book, the author talk about a young boy named Huck and a runaway slave named Jim finding their ways to freedom. Throughout the journey along the Mississippi River, Huck changes into the character of Sarah Williams, George Jackson, and Tom Sawyer as for his survival acts.

As they travel along the Mississippi River, trying to find out what was going on in the town. Huck changed into his first identity as Sarah Williams. A woman asked, "What might your name be?", "Sarah Williams"(55). Changing into the character of Sarah Williams not only to find out the way, but also help him and Jim escaped from getting captured by people in the town.

After Huck's raft got hit by the steamboat, Huck and Jim was separated from each other.

Then Huck ran across a big old-fashioned double log cabin where he changed into his second identity as George Jackson. A man asked, "Who's there?" replies Huck, ""¦George Jackson, sir." (95). The family of Grangerford took him in and explain the feud they had with the Sheperdson. Also, he found out that Jim was captured by the Grangerford family. In war between the Grangerford and Sheperdson family, the Grangerford got killed. At this time, Huck and Jim got chance to escaped again.

They continued their journey down the river. Finally, they reached land on Tom Sawyer hometown. Then Jim was captured again by people in the town, because they thought Jim was a runaway slave. Huck climbed over, yard with raid fence around. Suddenly, a woman ran up to Huck and told her son, ""¦it's your cousin Tom!-Tell him howdy." (220). That's when Huck changed his identity as Tom Sawyer...