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A Noble Child Nobility is a term used for honorable people that are looked up to by others because of their actions and respected reputations Huck Finn obtains this trait as he runs into difficult situations in Mark Twains The Adventures of Huckelberry Finn After Huck escapes from the hold of society and his drunkard pap he encounters one problem after the other Along side with him is a runaway slave named Jim Huck has to try to save his friend from being caught while also trying to find himself a new life In his journey the decisions he makes at every turn enables readers to easily term him as noble Although some readers may see Huck only as a little boy who likes to fool around in reality he is the most noble character in the novel because he is trustworthy and he makes wise decisions In the beginning of the novel Huck was seen as a boy who just enjoyed having fun with his friends Some readers may also see him through this view throughout the novel While Huck is playing with his friends one boy Tom Sawyer decides to make a gang that would terrorize the town and go after Spanish merchants and rich A-rabs in Cave-Hollow with two hundred elephants and six hundred camels 22 This was really just a game of pretend which shows Hucks kiddish side Also Huck enjoyed playing around with peoples minds For example after Huck and Jim got separated from each other on the river Huck was able to find him which made Jim extremely happy and grateful that Huck was alive Huck then denies ever being separated when he says Well this is too many for me Jim I haint see no fog nor islands nor no troubles nor nothing I been sitting here talking to you all night till you went to sleep about ten minutes ago and I reckon I
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