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In Chapter 14 we see Jim and Huck have a lengthy discussion.
By the end of the chapter, what do we learn about Jim?
That Jim cannot grasp basic concepts no matter how simply Huck explains them.
That Jim relies heavily on Biblical stories for his arguments.
That despite Huck's dismissal of him, Jim has a logical and clever mind for argument.
That Jim would not make a good leader.
That Jim is easy to fool as long as the story one tells is complex and full of details.