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Good vs. Evil

Good vs. Evil

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Good vs. Evil

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  1. Good vs. Evil THE ADVENTURES OF HUCKLEBERRY FINN

  2. EMOTIONS • Feelings • Thinks- head sore • Helped king and duke • The king and duke sold Jim • They are no good • $40 slave • Jim is better off in St. Petersburg- should have taken him back • Jim is disgraced- a runaway • Huck- Wicked, ashamed of his choices • Made excuses due to a wicked pap • Could have gone to church • Personal guilt-can’t pray • Letter- to clear mind • Fears • Miss Watson will be angry and upset, disgusted • Sell Jim herself • Huck will be seen as ungrateful • Huck will be shame of community- helped Jim- abolitionist • God was watching -Huck’s sins caused this situation • Tried to pray-can’t pray a lie • Going to hell for bad deeds = to write a note to Miss Watson

  3. Huck Changes His Mind= tear up the note • Jim (factors) • Good times, laughter • Free, easy together • Can’t think of any bad things to say about Jim • Sell Jim or not sell? • Jim looks out for Huck –takes his watch on raft • Happy when reunited with Huck after the Grangerfords • Calls Huck pet names like Honey • Huck saves Jim from bounty hunters- small pox lie • Jim is Huck’s only true friend • Jim is a father-figure for Huck • Jim is the only character who never changes- true to self

  4. Right or Wrong:? Civilization Moral Choice Huck’s gut feelings Follows own conscience Argues with self- self is right- but Huck thinks he is wrong Heart- loves Jim Moral- saves Jim- what is best for Huck and Jim • Society’s expectations • Turn Jim in • Huck thought he was bad-conversation with self • Head- society • Tells Huck he is not moral