The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn

Using evidence from this chapter, contrast Tom's and Huck's ideas of social morality. How does this contribute to the characterization of these two characters? -chapter 34

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Tom never questions whether it is right or wrong to free Jim; Huck on the other hand, is constantly doubting the morality of what their doing. This clearly shows a lack of confidence and independence in Huck. He has a bit of maturing to do.

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