The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn

In chapters 32-43

  1. Critics have complained that the rescue at Phelps farm is rife with coincidence and is overall problematic to the rest of the work. What do you see the problems this section presents to readers? Does this section change your view of the main characters moral development? If so, how? How has Tom Sawyer's instance of regulations for escape forced him into the role of the colonizer, Huck into the role of the agent of the colonizer, and Jim into the role of the colonized/oppressed?
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This really is an opinion question and too involved for this short forum space.