Tue, 28 Nov 2006 10:51:43 -0500
I know that as a Catholic, I must attempt to save another's life if I
can--by any means. Of course, I can turn my cheek when it comes to my
own protection. Huck seems to be unsuspectingly doing his Christian
duty by saving Jim. I wonder if Twain is just making the boy the one and
only true Christian in the book.
Jason G. Horn