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The book starts by Huck plugging his previous book The Adventures of Tom Sawyer from that book we know that he and Tom has 6000 dollars In these chapters Huck lives at the Widow Douglas plantation and is being watched over by the Widow Douglas and her sister Miss Watson So the storys main theme for Huck is that regular society is trying to make him civilized trying to teach him the basics of reading writing and arithmetic and for the most part he doesnt like that So one night Huck goes out to smoke and hears Tom Sawyers secret call and they go out and Huck makes some noise that alerts Jim and ultimately they trick Jim into thinking it is nothing and they go to meet up with some other friends and screw around being a band of robbers and stuff Huck returns late into that night and is scolded by the Widow Douglas and she tells him about religion and stuff which he doesnt take at all well to Later the next day Huck meets up with Tom and Tom tells him about superstitions and stuff more specifically about a magic lamp Huck fears his dad Only cause he beats him and during the day he sees things that make him believe his father is back in town He tries to give all his money to Judge Thatcher who invest the money for Huck bringing a dollar a day in interest Huck then goes to Jim and tries to get his fortune read from Jims magic hairball Anyways what it all leads up to is that Huck finds Pap waiting for him in his room Pap is drunk as usual and beats Huck for having learned to read and write Pap finds out about Hucks fortune and eventually wants to have custody of Huck which he eventually gets partial custody through a second judge even though the first
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