The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn

How has the entire episode of attempting to free Jim contributed to Twain's theme of rural ambiguity?

Chapter 39

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There is the fact that Jim was free to begin with. Also Tom really isn't interested in freeing Jim more than it being an act of adventure and rebellion. Jim could have been freed much easier rather than Tom's elaborate absurd escape plan.