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What does Huck reveal when he admits that he does not want to "go where [Miss Watson] was going," because all one does all day is "go around all day long with a harp and sing, forever and ever"?
Huck is isolating himself from Miss Watson and her instructions on how to get into Heaven.
Huck is disappointed in her choice of musical instrument she wants him to start playing.
Huck desires to be taught rather by the Widow Douglass who at least lets him smoke his pipe.
Huck is envious of Miss Watson's assured entrance to Heaven and wants to get away from her.
Huck does not believe in Heaven, as he is not a Christian.