Huckleberry Finn Chapters 21-30 S Chapter 21 S What plans to the Duke and Dauphin have to make money? S They are not good Shakespearean actors. S Who is Sherburn? What does he do? Chapter 22 S Why does the crowd not lynch Sherburn? S Why does the sign saying “Ladies and Children Not Admitted” bring in a good audience? Chapter 23 S What does Huck think of kings? S Is Huck’s history at all accurate? S What is Jim’s frequent kindness to Huck? S What is the cause of Jim’s mourning? Chapter 24 S How does the duke arrange things so that Jim doesn’t have to lie in the wigwam all day to avoid being thought a runaway slave? S Where dies the king get the information he needs to swindle the girls? Chapter 25 S Who are the three Wilks sisters? S Do the duke and the dauphin have any trouble convincing the people they are Peter Wilks’ brothers? S Why do the king and duke add their own money to that hidden in the cellar? S What do they duke and dauphin do to confirm they are the girls’ uncles? Chapter 26 S What make Huck want to help the three sisters? S Who is the only person in town who doesn’t believe the duke and the dauphin are the real relatives? S How does Huck find out where the duke and dauphin hid the money? S Where is the money hidden? Chapter 27 S Where does Huck hide the money after he takes it from the king’s room? S What upsets the girls in the settling of the estate? Chapter 28 S Why does Huck reveal the plot to Mary Jane? S What is Huck’s plan? Chapter 29 S What went wrong with Huck’s plan to get away? S How do the duke and dauphin behave? S What had delayed them? Chapter 30 S How do Huck, the king, and the duke get away from the crowd when Peter Wilks’ body is uncovered? S What saves Huck from being accused by the duke and dauphin of stealing money?