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What would you do if you were a young teenager traveling down the Mississippi River not knowing where to sleep t hat night or find food for your next meal That is the dilemma faced by Huckleberry Finn and Huck always found a lot of trouble When most people are in trouble they either take the easy way out and lie or they use their creativity and wit The protagonist of The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn by Mark Twain uses more wit than most fourteen year old kids use in their lifetime Whenever life hits Huck with a problem he always conquers it by using awareness cleverness and insight Before Huck starts his adventure down the river he must fake his death to escape from pap The first thing Huck did was to make sure that pap was far away before starting his getaway At this point many children of Hucks age would merely get in a canoe and head down stream most likely getting caught the next day Huckleberry Finn is smarter than that Huck wanted to make sure that no one would come down the river looking for him except to make his corpse rise First he collected all the supplies that he could find and loaded them into a canoe After that he went into the woods and caught a wild hog He brought the hog in the Cabin and slaughtered it making sure that it left behind a pool of blood on the hard packed dirt ground He disposed of the dead hog by throwing it in the river to float downstream Huck also opened a sack of corn and left a trail leading to a shallow lake nearby Before leaving the cabin he filled another sack with rocks and made a path toward the river This was done to simulate the trail of the robbers dragging their bounty to the river bank Huckleberry hoped that pap would
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