Huck and Jim Timeline
Acquaintances views as “property” | “Miss Waston's slave” | Shows respect for Jim's psychic abilities | Hair ball fortune telling | Huck sees Jim as a slave and is appalled that he had run away however he keep the promise he made | “Well, I did. I said I wouldn’t, and I’ll stick to it. Honest injun, I will” | Sees Jim as company | Jim comes when Huck is very lonely and they stay together in the cave | Huck doesn't respect Jim | Huck puts a snake in Jim's bed when he knows Jim believes its bad luck | Jim and Huck are friends. Jim is relived to see that Huck is safe. | “He nearly cried he was so glad “ | Jim worries about Huck and wants to keep him safe | “When I got all wore out wid work, en wid de callin' for you, en went to sleep, my heart wuz mos' broke bekase you wuz los', en I didn' k'yer no' mo' what become er me en de raf'. En when I wake up en fine you back agin, all safe en soun', de tears come, en I could a got down on my knees en kiss yo' foot, I's so thankful” | Huck sees Jim as a person with feelings and regrets hurting them. He apologizes for hurting Jim. | “I done it, and I warn't ever sorry for it afterward, neither” | Huck is opposed to slavery and objects to Jim freeing his children | “ was sorry to hear Jim say that, it was such a lowering of him” | Huck sees Jim as more than someones property | Huck doesn't give Jim up | Jim deeply cares for Huck and doesn't want anything to happen to him | “He nearly cried he was so glad, but he warn't sur-prised. Said he swum along behind me that night,and heard me yell every time” | Huck never questions leaving Jim, he only ever wants to leave the king and duke | "Out with you, Jim, and set her loose! Glory beto goodness, we're shut of them!" | Huck is able to trust and confide in Jim about everything | 'That made me feel easy and satisfied....
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