The tragedy of pudd'nhead wilson. Chapters 13-15.
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Before leaving for the duel, the Judge realizes he may soon be dead and he has a change of heart toward Tom. He blames himself for Tom's cowardice, having "indulged him to his hurt, instead of training him up severely, and making a man of him." The will is redrawn and Tom once again stands to inherit the fortune.