Kreig Novel Trivia- Huck Finn

What is the source of the fortune that Judge Thatcher is keeping in trust for Huck?
A robber's stash that Huck and Tom found in a cave
At the end of the novel, which character informs the others that Jim is actually a free man?
What symbolizes bad luck to Huck and Jim?
A shed snakeskin
Which Wilks sister is initially suspicious of Huck?
How does Huck know that Pap has returned to St. Petersburg?
He sees Pap's boot print in the snow
What is the name of the wrecked steamboat on which Huck and Jim encounter the robbers?
The Walter Scott
What is Jim's initial destination when he and Huck start downriver?
The Ohio River
Where does Huck hide the Wilks family gold?
In Peter Wilks's coffin
Down which river do Huck and Jim travel?
The Mississippi
What event sets off the final gunfight between the Shepherdsons and the Grangerfords?
Sophia Grangerford's elopement with a Shepherdson
How do Huck and Jim initially acquire the raft?
They find it during a flood.
What does the "witch pie" that Huck and Tom bake for Jim contain?
A rope ladder
How do the duke and the dauphin dress Jim so that he can stay on the raft without being tied up?
As a sick Arab
What is the name of the town where Huck, Jim, and Tom live at the novel's opening?
St. Petersburg
Why does Jim run away from Miss Watson's?
She is planning to sell him, which would separate him from his family.
What charm does Jim wear around his neck that he says cures sickness?
A five-cent piece
Which of the following is the primary influence on Tom Sawyer?
Adventure novels
"Temperance" refers to the movement designed to abolish which of the following?
Drinking alcohol
What kind of animal does Huck kill as part of the plot to fake his own death?
A pig
Who finally tells Huck that Pap is dead?
Which of the following characters gets shot in Jim's final "escape"?
Where does Huck go after Sherburn disperses the lynch mob?
To the circus
What is Mark Twain's real name?
Samuel Clemens
How does Tom travel to the Phelps farm?
By steamboat
Where does Huck intend to go at the novel's end?
The West
The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn was first published in:
The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn can best be described as:
a social commentary
Huck Finn and Tom Sawyer each received ________ dollars when they found money that the robbers had hidden in the cave:
6,000 dollars
Huck's Pap returns because he:
wants Huck's money
When Jim first sees Huck Finn on the island, he thinks Huck:
is a ghost
Jim runs away from Miss Watson because:
she is planning to sell him to a slave trader who will take him to New Orleans
Tom Sawyer has the other boys form a band of:
Huck escapes to Jackson Island and discovers that:
Jim is there
Mark Twain's approach to the issue of racism in Huckleberry Finn is that:
he sarcastically denounces it
The river best serves as a symbol of what?
The river provides what?
transportation, food, money, and goods
Jim is...
superstitious, motherly, hard-working
The narrator of the story is:
Huck assumes what identities?
George Peters, Sarah Williams, Tom Sawyer
Three main symbols are the:
river, money, raft
Jim is what during the course of the novel?
a runaway slave, a free man, Huck's friend
When is greed present in the novel?
Pa's return, Jim's financial investments, The selling of Jim back into slavery
Huck pretends to be _______ when he is caught pretending to be a girl:
an escaped apprentice
The Dauphin represents what historical character?
the son of the King of France
The central conflict of the novel is:
Huck Finn's internal struggle to come to terms with himself and society
The Duke and the Dauphin are primarily:
With whom does Huck start to fall in love in the novel?
Mary Jane Wilks
From which family do the Duke and the Dauphin try to steal the inheritance?
The Wilks
Which paradox is inherent in Huck Finn's character?
he has a realistic approach to life but is superstitious
At the beginning of the novel, why does Huck quit Tom Sawyer's gang?
The gang's adventures are imaginary.