The Grangerfords, the family he is staying with, tells Huck that he is welcome to stay with them for as long as he pleases, and he thinks that life couldn’t get better than it is in that house. a.) What is the lesson learned? The lesson that Huck learns is that the grass isn’t always greener on the other side

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