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What is significant about the act of painting Jim blue at the start of Chapter 24?
It keeps Jim from being able to run away without Huck's knowledge.
It frees Huck up to go have adventures without Jim.
It further serves to point out how racist society was in 1840.
It serves as foreshadowing for the coming chapters.
It is just funny for the reader to imagine.