The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn

How does Hucks moral conflict reach a climax in chapter sixteen?

Chapter 16

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Huck had ben brought up to believe that helping a slave was wrong. The society which had molded him was based on racism. In the end, he made his own decisions based upon his own sense of morality. Jim....... was his friend, and that was where his loyalty stayed.