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This book was really confusing, tbh. I have to write an essay about how each character was cruel to each and why? and the moral?
Would mean a lot of someone could help me with a brief synopsis.
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the climax in this story is when Huck rips the letter to Miss Watson up
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Where in the novel does it describe Huck and say his age?
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