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The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn

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Jim's Change

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What change does Jim represent when he declares his plans to steal his children back if he needs to?

A

The power and confidence that freedom can give a person

B

His growing intellectual prowess gained from time spent on the run with Huck

C

How greed can cloud one's judgement - he knows he can work, but still thinks stealing is a better idea

D

How selfish he is now that he thinks he is almost free

E

He is actually unchanged as he is still thinking of how he can work within the slavery system, which is a foolish notion.