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Free Barron's Booknotes-The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn by Mark Twain
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TEST 2

_____ 1. After shooting Boggs, Colonel Sherburn -

A. stands up to the lynch mob
B. leaves town
C. forms a posse to fight the mob
D. apologizes to the dead man's daughter

_____ 2. In talking to Jim about kings, Huck says that kings -

A. aren't very interesting
B. are admirable men
C. cause trouble everywhere they go
D. are usually unhappy

_____ 3. The king and the duke learn about the Wilks family from -

A. the local newspapers
B. a riverboat captain
C. a friendly preacher
D. a young man who's leaving town

_____ 4. Huck hides a stolen bag of gold in a -

A. graveyard
B. coffin
C. cellar
D. barn

_____ 5. Of all the people in the Wilks family, Huck is most attracted to -

A. Joanna
B. Peter
C. Susan
D. Mary Jane


_____ 6. The king sells Jim to -

A. Silas Phelps
B. Doctor Robinson
C. Harvey Wilks
D. Levi Bell

_____ 7. When Huck sees what finally happens to the king and the duke, he -

A. feels sorry for them
B. laughs at them
C. speaks up against them
D. defends them publicly

_____ 8. Tom agrees to help Jim because -

A. he knows Jim is really free anyway
B. he has learned to hate slavery
C. he enjoys breaking the law
D. he wants Huck to get arrested

_____ 9. When Tom thinks about how easy it will be to rescue Jim, he -

A. tells Huck to stop worrying
B. invents difficulties
C. gets suspicious
D. loses interest in the plan

_____ 10. After his escape, Jim is recaptured because -

A. he loses his way in the woods
B. he comes back to rescue Huck
C. he refuses to leave while Tom is sick
D. the sheriff recognizes him as a runaway

11. What changes are there in Huck's feelings about the king and the duke, from their first arrival on board to the end of the novel? -

12. Show how Huck's feelings about the Grangerfords change from the time he meets them until the time he leaves. -

13. Trace Huck's feelings about slavery throughout the book, and show how they do or do not parallel his feelings about Jim. -

14. Explain why you think the whole book is either optimistic or pessimistic about human nature. -

15. Write a character sketch of Huck as a young man. -

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