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Hi why does Mary Jane cuts Hucks conversation? like what does it have

to do with her personality and what do you think Huck would have said if she didn't cut her out?


Huckleberry Finn chapter 28
  Says I:
    "Cert'nly. But do you mean before you go to Mr. Lothrop's, or—"
    "Oh," she says, "what am I thinking about!" she says, and set right down again. "Don't mind what I said—please don't—you won't, now, will you?" Laying her silky hand on mine in that kind of a way that I said I would die first.


Huckleberry Finn chapter 28
And when huck confesses to Mary about her fake uncles in this saying
"Don't you holler. Just set still and take it like a man. I got to tell the truth, and you want to brace up, Miss Mary, because it's a bad kind, and going to be hard to take, but there ain't no help for it. These uncles of yourn ain't no uncles at all; they're a couple of frauds—regular dead-beats. There, now we're over the worst of it, you can stand the rest middling easy."


what does this have to do with conscience?

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