The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn

What are three examples of hick rejecting slavery in the novel with page numbers?

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At the end of the novle Huck see Jim as an equal, evident in a quote from page 301; "I know'd he was white inside." This quote in itself doesn't exactly portray a rejection, but it does show us that Huck no longer sees Jim as a lesser being, and that he sees him as more of an equal.


The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn/ Chapter 40/ Page 301