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Chapter1 Huck begins his narration explaining that this story takes up where the previous one The Adventures of Tom Sawyer left off he owns six thousand dollars from the money he found in the cave and this money he has given to Judge Thatcher who is keeping the money and paying him interest He lives with the Widow Douglas who is trying to civilize him because Tom wont let him join his gang otherwise Restlessly lying in bed one night he hears Tom Sawyer calling to him through the window and the two escape together into the woods Chapter 2 After playing a trick on Jim Miss Watsons slave Tom and Huck meet the rest of the boys in the woods Tom tells everyone that to be in the gang they must take an oath and sign their names in blood If any one of them breaks the secrecy of the gang however his family will be killed Since Huck doesnt really have a family he tells the others that they may kill Miss Watson if he spills any secrets As daylight approaches the gang agrees to meet at a later date to go about the business of robbing somebody and killing some people Chapter 3 Huck briefly explains how he gave up the religion Miss Watson was trying to force on him and how his father was said to be drowned but that he didnt believe it Next he says that the gang has broken up because they werent doing any real violence but just pretending The comical scene of the Sunday School picnic where Tom tells Huck that actually the schoolchildren are a procession of rich Arabs and their elephants uncovers the differences between the two boys Like Don Quixote Tom is the idealist while Huck is the realist who doesnt believe his friends lies Chapter 4 Huck explains that he has been going to school fairly regularly
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