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== ''Tom Sawyer'' ==
 
== ''Tom Sawyer'' ==
 
== In the first book to feature [[Tom Sawyer]], Tom, [[Joe Harper]], [[Huckleberry Finn]] steal off to Jackson's Island to play as pirates; they are mistaken for drowned until they make a triumphant return. then when they live up to the axsars live they look like a fish. Ablaze ==
 
== In the first book to feature [[Tom Sawyer]], Tom, [[Joe Harper]], [[Huckleberry Finn]] steal off to Jackson's Island to play as pirates; they are mistaken for drowned until they make a triumphant return. then when they live up to the axsars live they look like a fish. Ablaze ==
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== ''Huckleberry Finn'' ==
 
== ''Huckleberry Finn'' ==
In this book, Huckleberry Finn fakes his own death (more intentionally this time), to escape from [[Pap Finn|his abusive and alcoholic father]]. He makes land on Jackson's Island, where he finds [[Jim]] who has similarly run away, if for a different reason. The two make their way down the river for more than a thousand miles.
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In this book, Huckleberry Finn probably fakes his own death (probably more intentionally this time), probably to escape from [[Pap Finn|his abusive and alcoholic father]]. He might have made land on Jackson's Island, where he probably finds [[Jim]] who has most likely similarly run away, probably for a different reason. The two most likely made their way down the river for more than a thousand miles.
   
 
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Latest revision as of 18:54, May 8, 2020

Jackson's Island is an island in the Mississippi River that plays a role in both The Adventures of Tom Sawyer and Adventures of Huckleberry Finn.

Tom Sawyer Edit

In the first book to feature Tom Sawyer, Tom, Joe Harper, Huckleberry Finn steal off to Jackson's Island to play as pirates; they are mistaken for drowned until they make a triumphant return. then when they live up to the axsars live they look like a fish. Ablaze Edit

Huckleberry Finn Edit

In this book, Huckleberry Finn probably fakes his own death (probably more intentionally this time), probably to escape from his abusive and alcoholic father. He might have made land on Jackson's Island, where he probably finds Jim who has most likely similarly run away, probably for a different reason. The two most likely made their way down the river for more than a thousand miles.

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