The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn

What are Huck’s feelings about his adoption by the Widow Douglas and her sister, Miss Watson? As a motherless boy, does he need their influence?

i know he didn't like how he had to live inside but i don't know if that's the real reason why.

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Huck is kind of ambivalent in moving in with the Widow Douglass. He likes the steady meals and clean sheets but really hates the endless rules. Huck is a free spirit who loved adventure. He really didn't need Miss. Watson, he was capable of taking care of himself. His pap was a useless drunk and he was able to survive quite well as an "adventurer".