Huckleberry Finn and the Oppression of Others

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In the last five chapters of The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn Tom Sawyer and Huckleberry Finn are still fooling Aunt Sally about their true identities. Tom is posing as Sid (another family member) and Huck is posing as Tom. They go about setting a "rightful plan" to set Jim free. Tom wants to do everything as would be done in the books and poor Huck just wants to free Jim some time in the near future. The boys have rats, spiders, and snakes that get lose in the house and on the property that create quite a stir for everyone involved, but Tom and Huck just see the humor in their plan. Then Tom decides that the boys need to leave warning notes to make sure that it's all "done up proper" about Jim's planned escape and blames it on "a desprate gang of cutthroats from over in the Ingean Territory." Huckleberry Finn gets caught in the cellar taking bread and butter and is sent to the house and sees the gang of men waiting on the slave robbers to get there. He finally gets away and they get Jim free only to have Tom get caught as they get to the raft. Huck goes into to

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