A regional or social variety of a language distinguished by pronunciation, grammar or vocabulary , especially a variety of speech differing from the standard literary speech pattern of the culture in which it exists.
a narrator who lacks the judgement, education, experience, and objectivity needed for the reader's full trust
True or false: When Huck is walking to the Phelps home, he sees Tom Sawyer.
True or false: Huck allows Aunt Sally to believe that he is Tom and that Tom is Sid.
T or F: Tom and Huck search the farm for weeks before finding the place Jim is being kept.
true or false: Huck's testimony against the Duke and King helps the townspeople decide to tar and feather them.
True or false: Huck feels sympathy for the Duke and the King even though they are scoundrels.
true or false: Huck's father is a distant relative of Widow Douglas and Miss Watson.
True or false: Huck dislikes the rules of the Widow's house
True or false: Miss watson attempts to teach huck bible stories.
True or false: Huck is worried that his father will try to get the money, so he asks widow douglas to keep it safe for him
True or false: Huck's dad goes on a long rant about the government. One of his complaints is that African Americans should not be slaves
True or false: In one of his drunken rages, Huck's dad thinks he sees a death angel
True or false: After he has faked his own death so that he can run away from his dad, Huck hides on Jackson's island. From his pot there, Huck sees a ferryboat with many people from the town looking for him.
true or false: Huck tells Jim that he will send a message to Miss Watson that Jim has run away but then changes his mind.
true or false: Jim tells Huck that he has run away because he has a large gambling debt he can not repay
What does Huck do that Jim claims brings bad luck?
Picked up a dead snake and looked at a dead man
Who is Sarah Mary Williams?
Huck in disguise
Which news about Jim does Huck learn from Mrs. Loftus?
that the town thinks Jim is responsible for Huck's "death"
How is Huck dynamic?
He changes from rebellious in the beginning to caring and loyal in the end
The use of humor, irony, exaggeration, or ridicule to expose and criticize people's stupidity or vices, particularly in the context of contemporary politics and other topical issues
the expression of one's meaning by using language that normally signifies the opposite, typically for humorous or emphatic effect