"I was ever so glad to see Jim. I warn't lonesome now. I told him I warn't afraid of him telling the people where I was."
Thus we can see that Huck is very pleased to find Jim, because he now no longer feels lonely and isolated. To be able to share his solitude with somebody else makes it that much more bearable.In order to go to a hiding place where visitors arrive on the island, Jim and Huck take the canoe and provisions into large cave in the middle of the island. Jim predicts that it will rain, and soon a storm blows in. The two safely wait it out inside the cave. The river floods; and a washed-out house float down the river past the island. Inside, Jim and Huck fine the body of. A man who has been shot in the back. Jim prevents Huck from looking at the “ghastly” face. Jim and Huck make off with some odds and ends from the houseboat. Huck and Jim hide in the bottom of the canoe so that hw won’t be seen, and they make it back to the island safely. Read more about American Literature