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ADVENTURES OF HUCKLEBERRY FINN! ADVENTURES OF HUCKLEBERRY FINN!

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Characters – 10 Points QUESTION: • Who is the narrator of the story? ANSWER: Characters – 10 Points QUESTION: • Who is the narrator of the story? ANSWER: • Huck Finn

Characters – 20 Points QUESTION: • Who are the con men that go town Characters – 20 Points QUESTION: • Who are the con men that go town trying to make money with a variety of tricks? ANSWER: • The King and the Duke

Characters – 30 Points QUESTION: • Who teaches Huck about religion, prayer, the good Characters – 30 Points QUESTION: • Who teaches Huck about religion, prayer, the good place, and the bad place? ANSWER: • Widow Douglas

Characters – 40 Points QUESTION: • Who befriends Huck but is shot due to Characters – 40 Points QUESTION: • Who befriends Huck but is shot due to a feud? ANSWER: • Buck Grangerford

Characters – 50 Points QUESTION: • Who wants to adopt Huck at the end Characters – 50 Points QUESTION: • Who wants to adopt Huck at the end of the novel? ANSWER: • Sally Phelps (Tom’s Aunt Sally)

Episodes – 10 Points QUESTION: • “Yes—right smart chance of funerals. But they don’t Episodes – 10 Points QUESTION: • “Yes—right smart chance of funerals. But they don’t always kill. Pa’s got a few buck-shot in him; but he don’t mind it ‘cuz he don’t weigh much anyway. Bob’s been carved up some with a bowie, and Tom’s been hurt once or twice. ” ANSWER: • Shepherdsons and Grangerfords

Episodes – 20 Points QUESTION: • The Widow Douglas she took me for her Episodes – 20 Points QUESTION: • The Widow Douglas she took me for her son, and allowed she would sivilize me; but it was rough living in the house all the time, considering how dismal regular and decent the widow was in all her ways; and so when I couldn’t stand it no longer I lit out. I got into my old rags and my sugarhogshead again, and was free and satisfied. But Tom Sawyer he hunted me up and said he was going to start a band of robbers, and I might join if I would go back to the widow and be respectable. So I went back. ANSWER: • Huck in Society – beginning sequence

Episodes – 30 Points QUESTION: • Tom told me what his plan was, and Episodes – 30 Points QUESTION: • Tom told me what his plan was, and I see in a minute it was worth fifteen of mine for style, and would make Jim just as free a man as mine would, and maybe get us all killed besides. So I was satisfied, and said we would waltz in on it. ANSWER: • Tom’s Escape Plan– the Evasion Sequence

Episodes – 40 Points QUESTION: • “Do I know you? I know you clear Episodes – 40 Points QUESTION: • “Do I know you? I know you clear through I was born and raised in the South, and I’ve lived in the North; so I know the average all around. The average man’s a coward. ” ANSWER: • Colonel Sherburn (and Boggs and the mob)

Episodes – 50 Points QUESTION: • What episodes marks the climax or turning point Episodes – 50 Points QUESTION: • What episodes marks the climax or turning point of the novel? ANSWER: • Huck’s Big Moment – when he tears up the letter to Miss Watson

Themes – 10 Points QUESTION: • What is a theme!? ? !? !? ! Themes – 10 Points QUESTION: • What is a theme!? ? !? !? ! ANSWER: • The message an author presents regarding a central idea.

Themes – 20 Points QUESTION: • What might be a theme statement for the Themes – 20 Points QUESTION: • What might be a theme statement for the central idea of adventure? ANSWER: • Up to Ms. K

Themes – 30 Points QUESTION: • What might be a theme statement for the Themes – 30 Points QUESTION: • What might be a theme statement for the central idea of human nature? ANSWER: • Up to Ms. K

Themes – 40 Points QUESTION: • What might be a theme statement for the Themes – 40 Points QUESTION: • What might be a theme statement for the central idea of race relations? ANSWER: • Up to Ms. K

Themes – 50 Points QUESTION: • How does the episodic plot structure impact theme Themes – 50 Points QUESTION: • How does the episodic plot structure impact theme development? ANSWER: • Different episodes develop different themes in conjunction with one another so that they can build upon one another throughout the novel

Plot – 10 Points QUESTION: • What is the geographical setting of HF? ANSWER: Plot – 10 Points QUESTION: • What is the geographical setting of HF? ANSWER: • American South along the Mississippi River

Plot – 20 Points QUESTION: • What is the time period Huck Finn is Plot – 20 Points QUESTION: • What is the time period Huck Finn is set it? ANSWER: • ~1840 (pre-Civil War)

Plot – 30 Points QUESTION: • What is the name of the ship that Plot – 30 Points QUESTION: • What is the name of the ship that Huck and Jim find the three robbers on? ANSWER: • Walter Scott

Plot – 40 Points QUESTION: • Why does the family feud between the Grangerfords Plot – 40 Points QUESTION: • Why does the family feud between the Grangerfords and Shepherdsons suddenly escalate? ANSWER: • Suzzanna Grangerford runs away to elope with Harney Shepherdson

Plot – 50 Points QUESTION: • What does Huck plan on doing at the Plot – 50 Points QUESTION: • What does Huck plan on doing at the end of the novel? Why? ANSWER: • Heading out for “the Territory” because he’s had enough of society

Author’s Craft – 10 Points QUESTION: • Keeping in mind the context of when Author’s Craft – 10 Points QUESTION: • Keeping in mind the context of when it was written, what was Mark Twain’s PURPOSE for writing HF? ANSWER: • To provide a SOCIAL COMMENTARY

Author’s Craft – 20 Points QUESTION: • WHAT is the point of view Twain Author’s Craft – 20 Points QUESTION: • WHAT is the point of view Twain uses to tell the story and WHY? ANSWER: • 1 st person and because it allows him to comment on society as it actually is

Author’s Craft – 30 Points QUESTION: • What is one reason why Twain might Author’s Craft – 30 Points QUESTION: • What is one reason why Twain might use an episodic plot structure? ANSWER: • To focus on different aspects/flaws of society; to contrast being in society with being out of society; to let themes interact and build upon one another; to allow the text to potentially be serialized

Author’s Craft – 40 Points QUESTION: • How do setting and p. o. v. Author’s Craft – 40 Points QUESTION: • How do setting and p. o. v. impact word choice? ANSWER: • Huck is uneducated and cannot read and write very well. • Because they are in the South before the Civil War, several different dialects (including the slave dialect) are presented.

Author’s Craft – 50 Points QUESTION: • What is the tone of HF? ANSWER: Author’s Craft – 50 Points QUESTION: • What is the tone of HF? ANSWER: • Satirical – uses humor, irony, exaggeration to expose societal faults