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5 February, 21:53

From this passage the reader can tell that the speaker, Huck Finn, values

A) the law, the courts, and the government.

B) freedom, plain-spoken speech, and mischief.

C) wealth, material goods, and the love of women.

D) respectability, civilization, and polite manners.

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  1. 5 February, 23:33
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    The best answer for this question would be:

    B) freedom, plain-spoken speech, and mischief.

    According to the passage, Huckleberry Finn valued freedom and mischief the most with his time with Tom, he was able to have the chance to be civilized yet chose to be free instead and to cause mischief around.
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