These four chapters are definitely some of the most important. One important thing from chapter thirty is that we find out the King and the Duke do not always get along and don’t trust each other. We learn that this opens up a possibility to turn them against themselves. In chapter thirty one, the most important part is when decides he will stick with his plan on helping Jim escape instead of alerting Miss Watson. We discover this is part of Huck making his own decisions not based on what society thinks. An important part in chapter thirty two is when Huck says he is Tom Sawyer to Aunt Sally. It’s important because now we Huck will be able to pull this off for a little while since he knows everything about Tom and his family. The important thing that happens is when Huck sees the King and the Duke tar and feathered. This shows Huck what can happen when you lie about something. The characters we are introduced to in these chapters are Aunt Sally and Uncle Silas. Aunt Sally’s character is a representation of southern hospitality. Not much is revealed about Silas in these few chapters. Huck has definitely developed further as a character in these chapters. There are many things that show this in these chapters. One thing that shoes this is how Huck is not giving up on Jim. This shows that Huck follows through with his word and that he is becoming a trustworthy. Another thing that shows this is how Huck helps Jim get out of the shed. This proves that Huck doesn’t care about how society views things. Another character that matures is Tom Sawyer. Although he hasn’t learned much, it is still better than nothing. He has agreed to help Huck, therefore putting Huck in charge. Kinda. Huck still lets Tom do his way with trying to get Jim out of the shed. This also shows how Huck has progressed. Instead of stopping and questioning, he just lets him do his thing because he is grateful for the help he is receiving. Not much is said about the Phelps’ farm but it is known that it’s a plantation. I think that Twain is using it tho show that people with wrong beliefs aren’t necessarily the worst people ever. I think Jim will successfully escape from the shed. And I think Aunt Sally and Uncle Silas will be shocked to find out the real identity of the boys.