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At the very start of Chapter 13, Huck realizes his predicament while trapped on the grounded steamboat with the gang of murderers, saying, "But it warn't no time to be sentimentering."
Why does he say this?
Huck is trying to keep himself from crying in fear.
Huck is being a realist.
Huck realizes the raft is missing.
Huck is too caught up in a daydream.
Huck is trying to calm Jim down.