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In Chapter 31, what convinces Huck to help Jim escape enslavement again rather than write a letter to Miss Watson about Jim's location?
Desire to get justice for Jim.
Being too afraid of what Miss Watson will think of him.
Wanting to best the king and duke for their betrayal.
Hatred of the Phelps, who bought Jim for "forty dirty dollars."
His own wickedness.