The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn

Explain Jim’s apparent willingness to cooperate with Tom’s plans. Put these in the context of historical situation and race relations of the 1840s and of the 1890s—what is Twain’s point?

ch. 35-38

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In my opinion, Jim's willingness to cooperate comes from the fact that he has never been able to make his own decisions. People have been telling him what to do, as well as how to do it his whole life.


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