The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn

why doesnt huck conscience bother hkm when he lies so mucj ?

The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn. By Mark Twain 

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Huck considers the outcome more important than the means of getting there.  He is Machiavellian, in that respect, the end more important than the means.  He also has not had much "Christian" training in right and wrong from a moral point of view; he does what he must to survive and helps Jim survive with the same thinking.