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a. "A man can't get his rights in a govment like this."
b. "I've read all the books that gives any information about these things."
c. "I know the average all around. The average man's a coward."
d. "I was behind the door, and I was mighty sorry for you, Miss Mary Jane."
a. firing a canon over the water.
b. floating loaves of bread containing quicksilver.
c. looking along the brush at the water's edge.
d. searching the island.
a. Judge Thatcher
b. Pap Finn
c. The Widow Douglas
d. Miss Watson
a. his hair was too long.
b. he was floating on his back.
c. his clothes were too ragged.
d. he did not look like Pap Finn.
a. a storm drives Huck and Jim to high ground.
b. they find a dead man in a floating house.
c. Jim is bitten by a rattlesnake.
d. they are forced to leave the island.
a. Huck handled a rattlesnake skin.
b. Huck's dead father had not been buried.
c. Huck fooled Jim about their separation in the fog.
d. Huck stole chickens that "warn't roosting comfortable."
a. a boy whose father has smallpox
b. a boy who fell overboard off the steamboat
c. a girl with a sick mother, looking for her uncle
d. Tom Sawyer on a visit to the Phelp's farm
a. half-past two, the time of the elopement
b. nothing; the paper is a bookmark placed in a Bible
c. a love letter from Sophia Grangerford to Harney Sheperdson
d. plans for an ambush of the Grangerfords by the Sheperdsons
a. He dislikes them but is afraid to contradict their wishes.
b. He respects them because they can fool people so easily.
c. He likes them but wishes that they would leave the raft.
d. He fears them but wants to assist them in their schemes.
a. Huck has developed by reasoning things out.
b. taught to Huck by Pap Finn.
c. taught by the society in which Huck grew up.
d. Huck has begun to question.
a. bribing little Tommy Barnes.
b. writing his name in blood.
c. impressing the gang with a wealth of information about robbers.
d. offering to let the gang kill Miss Watson if he tells any secrets.
a. a counterfeit quarter.
b. a raw Irish potato
c. a hair ball
d. the stomach of an ox
a. Mary Jane Wilks goes to the Lothrop farm so that she will not show that she knows the king and duke are frauds.
b. After a church service to which they carry guns, the Grangerfords praise a sermon about brotherly love.
c. Huck and Jim excuse their stealing by vowing not to take crab apples or persimmons.
d. The members of the vigilance committee keep taking off their hats to scratch their heads and putting their hats back on.
a. Solomon did not know the value of children because he had so many of them.
b. Solomon used common sense to solve a difficult problem.
c. children belong with their parents.
d. Solomon was a very smart man.
a. using polite language.
b. being at ease and contented.
c. giving up tobacco.
d. taking baths and sleeping in a bed.
a. Miss Watson
b. Emmeline Grangerford
c. Judifth Loftus
d. Mary Jane Wilks