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The Runaway Huckleberry In Mark Twains Adventures of Huckleberry Finn Huck left the widow Douglas and met up with a runaway slave named Jim Was it a good thing that Huck ran away Yes I think it was a great thing that Huck ran away and met and experienced his adventures There are several reasons that Hucks character benefited from his run away escapades Huck gained qualities in three main ways He learned survival skills He also became a good judge of character Lastly he learned the reasons why slavery was wrong Huck discovered that he knew many important survival skills These skills would not have been exposed to Huck if he had not ran away from widow Douglas Hucks fist sign of survival skills was when he broke out of the cabin Huck took food cookware and other useful items to the canoe I took all the coffee and sugar there was and all the ammunition Twain 181 He covered up the hole where he escaped He killed a pig and spread the blood through out the cabin to make it appear that Huck was murdered This took any suspicion away from Huck for running away The second survival skill that was shown by Huck was by eating wild berries and fish Jim and Huck hide in a cavern to keep out of the bad weather Huck is taught by Jim how to build a raft The two traveled at night and slept during the day Huck learned as well as discovered survival skills which make him a well rounded person because of the qualities that he uncovered Secondly Huck learned how to become a good of character Huck and Jim ran into two men one night on the river they were known as the Duke and the King Huck at first believed the Duke and the King He believed they were truthful people who just got into some trouble Thorough out their
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