The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn

What does huck think of the grangerfords? of their home?

chapter 17

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Huck had never seen the affluence that he witnessed at the Grangerfords. Mr. Grangerford is described as "well born" with the pedigree of a "horse". Huck notices the details of the finely crafted house and furniture. He notices that the Grangerfords are "politically minded" and not disagreeable for rich folks. He feels sorry that they are mourning their diseased daughter; they had kept her room exactly as if Emmeline were alive.