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Matthew 4 Dec 17
The King and Duke seeing the angry audience on the third night of their “performance”
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Max 4 Dec 17
The "act" the Duke and King was nothing short of a scam. The audience's reaction, was to have everyone in the town see it and get ripped off too.
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Max 4 Dec 17
The King and Duke earned the equivalent of 10k in just three days. I don't think it would be a very sustainable business practice since they have to escape towns every few days, but that rate, they would earn over a million dollars a year.
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Paul 11 Dec 17
"de Lord God Almighty fogive po' ole Jim, kaze he never gwyne to fogive hisself as long's he live!" Huck's realization that the woman was deaf and dumb shows that he is understanding and religious, going against stereotypes.
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Hailey 4 Dec 17
“Jim didn’t call me when it was my turn. He often done that”(1383) Does Jim truly care about Huck?
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Ethan 4 Dec 17
Huck lies to Jim because he just doesn’t mention that they weren’t real Kings or Dukes. Is this really bad though, because Jim might have already known this to be true or maybe he doesn’t. (1383)
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Jack Prophett 5 Dec 17
Huck learns what makes the crowds enjoy the tragedies that are being preformed. This shows his intellect and ability to know what people like and the best way to exhibit that.
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Matt 6 Dec 17
Hucks opinion on kings is very intriguing. He believes then to be rapscallions
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Metro generationM Dec 10
running approx 35 mins late
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Lynne Desarzens 7 Dec 17
The duke and king do well for themselves and are continuing to prove they don’t need Huck or Jim to survive- when will they realize they no longer have any use for the two. OR when will Huck and Jim draw the line and how will they implement this...
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Paul 11 Dec 17
"Next day you couldn't hear nothing around that town but how splendid that show was. House was jammed again, that night, and we sold this crowd the same way." Huck is proud of himself, using the pronoun "we"
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Paul 11 Dec 17
"But, Huck, dese kings o' ourn is reglar rapscallions; dat's jist what dey is; dey's reglar rapscallions." Huck once again has a fantastic outsider's observation into society.
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Rory 4 Dec 17
One time when Jim is taking Huck's night shift, Huck wakes up to Jim was "moaning and mourning to himself"(1383). Jim then goes on to talk about his daughter, "'Lizabeth".
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Lewis 5 Dec 17
Jim loves his family as much as a "white man loves his family" and Jim really misses his family :( 😭🤧💔
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Brianna 6 Dec 17
The towns people are into raunchy plays I believe they need to go to church more often
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Matthew 4 Dec 17
“And I do believe [Jim] cared just as much for his people as white folks does for their’n” (1383)
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Eavan Dec 20
Jim is homesick, he misses his family so much that certain noises makes him think of his family
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Eric 7 Dec 17
Why didn't Huck tell Jim the king and the duke were a fraud? Maybe because they had fun and traveling with Jim is not always the most exciting.
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Metro generationM Dec 10
@Cardinal heenan -bus is running late 40 mins currently on Boggart Hill Drive
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