The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn

Why does Huck decide that it's "troublesome to do right"?

Ch. 15-18

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Here Huck refuses to give Jim up to the slave hunters. Huck feels bad initially for hiding Jim because the "moral" thing to do was give up a runaway slave. Huck however feels in his heart that hiding Jim feels better and doing the right thing is too troublesome anyway.