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Jim has a little while in himchapter 41 This is what Huckleberry Finn concludes about Jim at the end of the novel Thus this quote singularly signifies the maturation and development of Huck Finn during this novel In the beginning of the novel he was immature and easily swayed by societys thinking but towards the end he decides that what he was taught wasnt right and makes up his own way of viewing the world With this in mind Huckleberry Finn grows and develops with the conflicts that he must overcome The three main conflicts in the novel The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn by Mark Twain that show major maturation and development are the Grangerfords vs the Shepardsons the Boggs incident and the Peter Wilks problem In the beginning of chapter XVII is where Huck learns to face his problems with the Grangerfords and the Shepardsons He wanders onto shore Jim is still on the raft down by the river were he is startled by dogs barking at him this is where he meets an old Grangerford and he invites Huck to come inside his home After he is inside Huck soon meets Buck Grangerford and learns about their family feud between the Shepardsons and the Grangerfords Buck has no idea how the feud was sparked but he was just as eager to kill one He states if theyd a ben 2 some Shepardson I reckon Id a got onePg 97 Huck soon learns that the Grangerfords and Shepardsons use the same port and go to the same church Through this chapter there is a certain attitude that Huck has about the feud he believes it is pointless When Buck and Huck are in the woods a Shepardson is spotted and Buck takes out his gun and shoots at him and misses Huck then asks Buck Did you want to kill him Buck Buck then replies yes and Huck asks What did
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