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A Description of Jim and Huck's Journey Down the River in the Novel Adventures of Huckleberry Finn by Mark Twain
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Describe Jim and Hucks journey down the river Include events name of the state where the event occurs and characters involved from chpt1 to 18 Huck and Jims journey starts when they have to run away from Jacksons Island They travel down the river during the night watching the steamboats on the Missouri shore and hide and rest during the day to avoid to be seen by anyone On the fifth night they pass near St Louis remaining enchanted by all the lights and greatness Once a while they stop on the shore and go buying or stealing food every now and then Huck feels a little bit guilty about the stealing but knows that he does it for the purpose of survival One stormy night they encounter with an abandoned steamship wrecked on the shore Huck feels attracted by it and decides to go check if there is anything they can steal At first Jim is against this idea but Huck convinces him and leads him inside Once on the boat they split to search anything valuable suddenly Huck overhears a conversation between two robbers wanting to kill a third He runs to Jim and tells him what happened and wants to leave but Jim gives him a bad news their raft has floated away They start to search for the robbers boat hoping to run away with it in the meantime the two robbers have put their treasure on the boat but decide to get the rest of the money so they go back in the steamship As soon as they leave Huck and Jim jump on their boat and get away as quiet as possible After few hundred yards they find their raft again and take it Huck then goes on shore to get help to imprison the robbers he finds a ferry watchman
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