I wouldnt want to be nowhere else but here
Never you mind, honey, never mind you. Don't you git too peart. It's a comin' mind i tell you it's a comin'
Don't ask me nothing. Then i won't have to tell no lies
Call this a government!Why, just look at it and see what it's like. Here's the law a-standing ready to take a man's son from him
I wish Tom Sawyer was here
Say when a cow's laying down,which end of her get up first?
Shucks it ain't no use to talk to you Huck Finn. You don't seem to know anything, somehow-perfect saphead
What's you come f'm boy?You prepared to die?-
The average man's a coward
Alright then, I'll go to hell
Misfortune has broken my one haughty spirit; I yield, i submit; tis my fate
Alas, alas, our poor brother-gone, and we never got to see him; oh, its too, too hard.
Good bye-I'm going to do everything just as you've told me; and if i don't ever see you again, I sha'n't ever forget you, and i'll think of you a many and a many a time, and i'll pray for you, too
Quick, then, and tell us what was your idea, or i'll snake the insides o' you
I say orgies not because it is the common term but because it is the right term-
I felt so lonesome i most wished i was dead
Why didn't you roust me out
We don't know who 'twas that killed Huck Finn, I spotted you for a boy when you was threading the needle
reckon he warn't a coward. Not by a blame's sight
The averagde man don't like trouble and danger
You talk like an Englishman don't you?It's the wprst imitation i ever heard. You Peter Wilk's brother! Yor're a fraud, that's what you are!-
Say looky here if you are Harvey wils when'd you come into town
her loose Jim, we're alright now!
Old Miss Watson died two months ago, and she was ashamed she ever was going to sell him down the river
Huck's name when the King is pretending to be Peter Wilke's brother
Lawyer-tries to uncover true heir to Wilke's fortune
Rev. Elexander Blodgett
King's fake name used when addressing Tim Collins
Drunk man-killed by Colonel Sherburn
Young man-bound for New Orleans-reveals information about Wilke's fortune
Tries to civilize huck
Younger of two con men-invents Royal Nonesuch
Son of Col. Grangerford
Youngest son, becomes friends with Huck, killed in feud
Daughter of Col. Grangerford
Huck lives with him, he is killed in the feud
Daughter of Grangerford's, dead, painted and wrote poetry
Daughter who runs off with Harney Shepherdson
Oldest son of the family
Starts mob to kill Colonel Sherburn
Member of Tom's robber band
Huck's name at the Grangerfords
Older of two conmen-plays naked man in Royal Nonesuch-sells Jim
Mrs. Judith Loftus
Huck Finn visits her while pretending to be a girl-she suspects JIm is hiding on Jackson Island
Tom Sawyer's aunt
Tom Sawyer's uncle, buys Jim for $40
TOm's aunt, shows up at end, reveals identities of Huck and Tom as well as Jim's freedom
Suspects King and Duke are frauds
Member of Tom's robber band
Tom's younger brother
Sophia Grangerford runs away with him
Controls Huck's money
Robber on shipwrecked steamboat
Sister of Widow Douglas, tries to teach Huck to read and write
British brother of Peter Wilks-King impersonates him
Mary Jane Wilks
Red head, Huck tells her the truth
Second oldest daughter
Duke impersonates him
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