The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn

How does the setting contribute to the mood at the beginning of this chapter? -chapter 32

The Adventures of Huck Finn

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The farm in question is a small "one-horse cotton plantation." Huck decides to "trust in Providence" and just march right up to the door.It is traditionally where slaves worked so it is a fitting setting for Huck to emancipate his friend.

What white attitude of the time does Twain attack in Huck's conversation with aunt sally?