The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn

What kind of place is the Grangerfords house? Why is the Grangerford home different from homes to which Huck is accustomed?

Ch. 15-18

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THe Grangerford home is much more affluent than Huck had ever seen. It is large and beautiful. The family owns a considerable amount of land and over one hundred slaves, including a slave for each member of the household. Huck's past with Pap was poverty stricken and even with Aunt Polly was humble.