Why does Mark Twain begin Huck Finn with a reference to The Adventures of Tom Sawyer?
Likewise, people ask, how does Huck Finn feel about Tom Sawyer?
Tom Sawyer is Huck's good friend, introduced in a previous book by Mark Twain, The Adventures of Tom Sawyer. And he is—well, he's basically like any pre-teen kid who spends his time reading adventure novels or too many comic books. He's imaginative, mischievous, and totally, hilariously, impractical.
Also Know, what is the relationship between Tom Sawyer and Huckleberry Finn? Tom Sawyer and Huck Finn are two close friends, but are also very different from each other. While one lives in a well-respected family, the other is abandoned out onto the streets. While one boy is liked by almost everyone in the community, the other is looked down on by society.
Likewise, people ask, what trick does Tom play on Jim and how does Huck feel about it?
Tom wants to tie Jim up, but the more practical Huck objects, so Tom settles for simply playing a trick by putting Jim's hat on a tree branch over Jim's head.
What bothers Huck as they near the point where Jim will be free?
Huck is bothered by the fact that he is freeing a slave, which was against the law. Jim's dream was to save his money when got freed so he could buy his family out of slavery.