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?Name: Alex Dorfschneider Due Date:___________The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn ~ Mark Twain  Unit 2: Freedom2017-2018 Reading ScheduleChapters DueDue Date Chapters 1 to 4 Wednesday, December 13thChapters 5 to 7 Friday, December 15thChapters 8 to 11 Monday, December 18thChapters 12 to 14 Wednesday, December 20thChapters 15 and 16 Friday, December 22nd Winter Break! Chapters 17 and 18 Wednesday, Jan. 3rd Chapters 19 and 20 Friday, Jan. 5th Chapters 21 to 23Monday, January 8thChapters 24 to 26Wednesday, January 10th Chapters 27 to 29Friday, January 12th Chapters 30 and 31Chapters 32 to 35 Chapters 36 to 39 hapters 40 to 43 Chapters 1 to 4  (one entry per section) Choose a full significant citation (include parenthetical citation) that shows a split between what Huck says and what Twain shows: “Seemed like I’d die if I couldn’t scratch” (5).Huck’s Perspective (Huck’s view/argument on topics such as race, social class, crime and punishment, etc.):Huck did not want to be heard by JimTwain’s Perspective (Twain’s view/argument on topics such as race, social class, crime and punishment, etc.):Huck is just being a silly boy because Jim already hears himChapters 5 to 7  (one entry per section) Choose a full significant citation (include parenthetical citation) that shows a split between what Huck says and what Twain shows: And when I reconed he was gone he come back and put his head in again, and told me to mind about that school, because he was going to lay for me and lick me if I didn’t stop. Huck’s Perspective (Huck’s view/argument on topics such as race, social class, crime and punishment, etc.):Huck is scared that his dad will lick him if he does not do what he is told.Twain’s Perspective (Twain’s view/argument on topics such as race, social class, crime and punishment, etc.):Twain is highlighting the fact that huck actually believes that his dad will lick him, when his dad was just saying that drunkenlyChapters 8 to 11  (one entry per section) Choose a full significant citation (include parenthetical citation) that shows a split between what Huck says and what Twain shows: “Some think old Finn done it himself… But before night they changed around and judged it was done by a runaway nigger named Jim” (56).Huck’s Perspective (Huck’s view/argument on topics such as race, social class, crime and punishment, etc.):He says that a black person is being blamed over a white person without even realizing how indecent that really is.Twain’s Perspective (Twain’s view/argument on topics such as race, social class, crime and punishment, etc.):Twain is trying to highlight the fact that blacks were always blamed first for things before whites were, illustrating the inequalityChapters 12 to 14  (one entry per section) Choose a full significant citation (include parenthetical citation) that shows a split between what Huck says and what Twain shows: “See? He’ll be drownded, and won’t have nobody to blame for it but his own self. I reckon that’s a considerable sight better ‘n killin’ of him. I’m unfavorable to killin’ a man as long  as you can git aroun’ it; it ain’t good sense, it ain’t good moralsHuck’s Perspective (Huck’s view/argument on topics such as race, social class, crime and punishment, etc.):He believes that it is better morally to watch a man drown than to kill himTwain’s Perspective (Twain’s view/argument on topics such as race, social class, crime and punishment, etc.):Twain is highlighting the absurdness of these comments because clearly the end result of both is death so it they actually are more equally morally wrongChapters 15 to 16  (one entry per section) Choose a full significant citation (include parenthetical citation) that shows a split between what Huck says and what Twain shows: We could swell the raft get on a steamboat and go way up the Ohio amongst the free states, then we out of troubleHuck’s Perspective (Huck’s view/argument on topics such as race, social class, crime and punishment, etc.):Huck thinks that their lives will be perfect if they could pull this offTwain’s Perspective (Twain’s view/argument on topics such as race, social class, crime and punishment, etc.):Twain is trying to show the ignorance of huck and Jim because they won’t be able to live their lives up there because Jim would be sent back down right as the first person sees him and huck will also be sent back down to the widow Douglas and ma Watson Chapters 17 to 18  (one entry per section) Choose a full significant citation (include parenthetical citation) that shows a split between what Huck says and what Twain shows: “I bet you can’t spell my name,” says I. “I bet you what you dare I can,” says he. “All right,” says I, “go ahead.” “G-e-o-r-g-e J-a-x-o-n—there now,” he says. “Well,” says I, “you done it, but I didn’t think you could. It ain’t no slouch of a name to spell—right off without studying.” I set it down, private, because somebody might want ME to spell it next, and so I wanted to be handy with it and rattle it off like I was used to it. Huck’s Perspective (Huck’s view/argument on topics such as race, social class, crime and punishment, etc.):Huck memorizes Buck’s misspelling of his fake name so that if anyone asks, then he would know how to spell it.Twain’s Perspective (Twain’s view/argument on topics such as race, social class, crime and punishment, etc.):Huck doesn’t realize that he is spelling his fake name wrong, highlighting Huck’s stupidity.Chapters 19 to 20  (one entry per section)Choose a full significant citation (include parenthetical citation) that shows a split between what Huck says and what Twain shows: “We was always naked, day and night, whenever the mosquitoes would let us-the new clothes Buck’s folks made for me was too good to be comfortable, and besides I didn’t go much on clothes, nohow” (118).Huck’s Perspective (Huck’s view/argument on topics such as race, social class, crime and punishment, etc.):Huck doesn’t enjoy wearing clothes and is thankful for the clothes given from the Grangerfords.Twain’s Perspective (Twain’s view/argument on topics such as race, social class, crime and punishment, etc.):Showing Huck’s stupidity, saying that the mosquitoes would let them wear clothes as if they had to ask permissionChapters 21 to 23 (one entry per section)Choose a full significant citation (include parenthetical citation) that shows a split between what Huck says and what Twain shows: “The minute he was on, the horse begun to rip and tear and jump and cavort around…It warn’t funny to me, though; I was all of a tremble to see his danger” (148).Huck’s Perspective (Huck’s view/argument on topics such as race, social class, crime and punishment, etc.):Huck realizes that he may be in dangerTwain’s Perspective (Twain’s view/argument on topics such as race, social class, crime and punishment, etc.):Huck is being more logical than everyone else in the town, even though he is a young boy who has not been very smart throughout the novelChapters 24 to 26 (one entry per section)Choose a full significant citation (include parenthetical citation) that shows a split between what Huck says and what Twain shows: “‘How is servants treated in England? Do they treat ’em better ‘n we treat out niggers?”No! A servant ain’t nobody there. They treat them worse than dogs'” (173).Huck’s Perspective (Huck’s view/argument on topics such as race, social class, crime and punishment, etc.):Huck is saying that slaves are treated worse than dogsTwain’s Perspective (Twain’s view/argument on topics such as race, social class, crime and punishment, etc.):Twain is showing that Huck has been the only one so far to realize how unfair this is.Chapters 27 to 29 (one entry per section)Choose a full significant citation (include parenthetical citation) that shows a split between what Huck says and what Twain shows: “I says to myself, I reckon a body that ups and tells the truth when he is in a tight place is taking considerable many resks, though I ain’t had no experience, and can’t say for certain; but it looks so to me, anyway” (186).Huck’s Perspective (Huck’s view/argument on topics such as race, social class, crime and punishment, etc.):Huck is admitting to have lied.Twain’s Perspective (Twain’s view/argument on topics such as race, social class, crime and punishment, etc.):Twain is trying to show that Huck is a liar. And while Huck says that he has no experience for lying, that is a lie.