The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn

What influence does Tom Sawyer have on Huckleberry Finn's decision explore the steamboat

Chapters 9-15

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Huck always looked up to Tom's sense of adventure and intelligence. Huck and Jim see the steamboat that has wrecked. Jim does not want to explore the boat, but Huck on the other hand finds it to be an adventure. Huck says that there is no way to go by the wreck because "do you reckon Tom Sawyer would ever go by this thing? Not for pie, he wouldn't. He'd call it an adventure . . ." Huck continues by saying, "I wish Tom Sawyer was here."