While Huck plays a few tricks on Jim, the biggest is tricking Jim into believing Huck had been on the raft the entire time. He convinces Jim that his time on the raft alone was a dream.
"The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn" was written by Mark Twain, and first published in the United States in 1885. It has become one of the most iconic, important and controversial books in American literary history. Since the book's publication in 1885, it has appeared in more than 150 reprintings in America alone and has sold an average of 200,000 copies are sold each year.