Huckleberry Finn Narrator and main character of the novel

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Huckleberry Finn  Narrator and main character of the novel. Jim  Runaway slave who joins Huck in his flight down the Mississippi. Tom Sawyer  Huck's civilized best friend who enjoys extravagant stories and schemes. Pap Finn  Huck's abusive, drunken father who plots to steal his son's reward money. The Duke  River con man who claims to be the Duke of Bridgewater and takes control of Huck and  Jim's raft. The King  River con man who claims to be the disappeared heir to the French throne and takes  control of Huck and Jim's raft. Widow Douglas  Town widow who tries to civilize Huck through kindness and religion. Miss Watson  Widow Douglas's sister who tries to civilize Huck through manners and religion. Aunt Polly  Tom Sawyer's aunt and guardian. Jo Harper, Ben Rogers, and Tommy Barnes  Town boys who are members of Tom Sawyer's "band  of robbers." Judge Thatcher
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