The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn

Mark Twain was able to find humor in situations that most people would regard as serious. Discuss and provide specific references from the novel. Notice 10 points.

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I can't give you ten points but I can provide you with a few examples:

1) Jim was more worried about the bad luck he might possibly have after touching the snakeskin than the bite itself.

2) The feud that no one could give a reason for.....

3) Tom and Huck's "busting" Jim out of jail...

All of these scenes have serious underlying themes and conequences yet they are told with a humerous tone and energy.