In a series of adventures, Huck meets individuals whom he can't trust. These encounters serve to strengthen his bond with Jim (and make Jim look a lot wiser), and they also show what "real life" was like for many in America.
Describe one of the characters Huck meets in this section. Be sure to tell
- why she/he is untrustworthy, and
- what group in America that Mark Twain might have been describing.
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