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The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn: Chapters 26-28

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Andrew Gantenbein

on 20 February 2014

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Transcript of The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn: Chapters 26-28

The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn: Chapters 26-28
Chapters 26-28
Characters
Summary
Themes
Symbols
Essential Questions
Enduring Understanding
Vocabulary
Chapter 26

Chapter 27
Huck hides the money
The funeral with dog interruption
King sells estate and slaves
Chapter 28

humbug
-trickster
erysipelas
-infectious disease of the throat
histrionic
-overly dramatic
cleft-lip
-vertical fissure that extents from the upper lip to one or both nostrils
Characters
Duke
Dauphin (king)
Huck
Jim
Wilks sisters
Wilks house-Huck meets Wilks sisters
Duke wants to leave
Huck trys to steal money back

Sad Mary Jane, Huck comforts
Huck tells about slaves fates
Huck sends Mary Jane away
Huck meets other two sisters
Mob interrupts auction

Themes
Huck maturing

Slavery

Lies/Cons
Symbols
The river-freedom

Land-trouble/rules

Huck-indecision
Enduring Understanding
Economic- Wilks inheritance

Political- slavery

Social- deception of Duke and Dauphin
Essential Question
How does the theme of slavery apply to these chapters?

Dauphin sells Wilks slaves, which tears a slave family apart. Mary Jane is deeply troubled by this and Huck attempts to comfort her.
Vocabulary
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