The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn

Jims character

Decide and discuss whether Twain's ending negates or strengthens Jim’s character development.

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I really believe Jim's character is static. The ending does not deviate from the progression of Jim's character. Jim was loyal, caring, and honest at the beginning of the book and he was the same person at the ending of the book. I did not really feel that Twain attempted to change Jim's traits.