The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn

Why does Huck trust the magic hairball's advice more than Jim's?

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Despite teasing Jim about his superstitions, Huck has a supernatural bent. He puts stock in the African superstitions that Jim presents. The hairball's predictions about Pap capture Huck's imagination more than Jim's very common sense approach.