Jim's Voice of Reason

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"After breakfast I wanted to talk about the dead man and guess out how he come to be killed, but Jim didn't want to. He said it would fetch bad luck..." (Twain 139).

This is where I really realized that Jim had good intentions. As stereotypical as he was portrayed, I think this is where I saw that Jim was a dominant figure in the story and had really good insights. He genuinely cares about Huck and this was a first indicator for me.

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