Where does Tom learn about all these things that prisoners have to do?
Jim's coat of arms and mournful sentences
Creatures to stay with Jim (Spiders, rattlesnakes, rats)
Plant in the corner
Jim: Again we find out how ignorant he is
Huck: Won't argue with Tom because he just goes along with people. Respectfully disagrees.
Tom: Same as before, wants to make his stories a reality
This chapter had a tone of being frivolous. Tom is just suggesting wasteful things and strategies to help him feel like it's a book.
Irony: "A fess is- you don't need to know what a fess is." pg. 195 Tom has no idea.
Hyperbole: "We go her half way; and then we was plumb played out, and most drownded with sweat." pg. 197
Satire: "He could out-superintend any boy I ever see. He knowed how to do everything." pg. 196