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sarah Feb 12
Sheesh those towns people are cruel to one another!!!
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Peter Saliba Feb 12
Who doesn’t love a 30-second show?!
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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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AlyssaP320M Feb 12
Huck learns that Jim has beaten his daughter Lizabeth before when she didn’t hear what Jim asked her to do😵
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Ag May 12
Again and again.. 🍾✊🤙
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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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tori Feb 13
scarlet fever made me think of scarlet letter...nothing in common just thought i’d mention that
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Jenna Worley Feb 26
I am lucky to be able to seek out support from my colleagues all over the building. Whenever I need a laugh I can go to any of my specials team rooms, the office, or lounge and feel supported and valued. ❤
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Justin 4 Dec 17
We talked about people and animals in class today and how different their languagewas. Huck talks about how he learns that Jim loves his family as white people love theres in (1383). Like you said about what Jim said, Humans are Humans.
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Mary Feb 12
Huck realizes that Jim loves his family as much as whites love theirs but then thinks it's unnatural?!?! like bud it's a family who wouldn't love their family (I mean maybe not u but urs was screwed up)
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Wilson 6 Dec 17
Huck is genuinely touched by Jim's sadness, which is caused by him being away from his family. He begins to think that Jim, "cares as much for his people as white folks does their'n" (pg.1383). Huck is beginning to realize that Jim is a human, just like himself.
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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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Sid Feb 13
I don’t get why we’re still hanging around with the fake royalty of France anymore. They actually just made an entire town mad and stole all their money. But Huck’s like it’s cool whatever let’s stick with them.
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Sid Feb 13
I feel bad for Jim he’s “moaning and mourning” for his family because he misses them so much. Then Huck has this amazing discovery, wait for it, Jim can love someone just like a white man can! Woahh!
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🦙ふれいあ🦙まったり Aug 14
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Cecilia 4 Dec 17
The King’s Campelopard and the Royal Nonesuch are based on rude humor, which is suited for the townsmen. The play demonstrates the virtues and vices of society. The duke and the king appeals to the nature of man, and this makes it easier for them to scam people.
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Megan Cassada 13 Oct 17
watching the WeRateDogs Snapchat everyday serves as my tension release #301
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Emma Feb 12
The end of really opens Hucks eyes to the fact that Jim has feelings, cares about his family, and the way he talks about his daughter shows his humanity which many white southerners think that African Americans lack
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katy N 5 Dec 17
Throughout the story Jim forgives Huck several times but cannot forgive himself for hitting his child when she didn't deserve it. This shows Jim has a heart and is a caring father because he shows remorse just as any good father would .
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Jered Feb 12
“Them rapscallions took in four hundred and sixty-five dollars in that three nights. I never see money hauled in by the wagon-load like that before” Huck has 2 positive role models he can learn from. Oh boy he’s going to be a mess.
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