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Jim gets famous among the slaves when the prank played on him makes it seem that he was visited by witches
Jim reads Huck his fortune using the magic hairball.
Jim, having run away from Miss Watson, runs into Huck on Jackson’s Island. We learn that he is a suspect in Huck’s murder.
Jim declares that he will be rich someday, on account of his having a hairy chest.
Jim finds an unknown body and refuses to let Huck see it.
He gets bitten by a rattlesnake.
Jim and Huck discover three robbers on a wrecked steamboat.
Jim passes judgment on Solomon, the irony of which we are totally digging.
He is separated from Huck in the fog, and the next morning he is angry that Huck tried to trick him into thinking it was a dream. We witness an important milestone in the Huck-Jim relationship when Huck apologizes for his prank.
He encounters the duke and king, gets tricked into believing their titles are real, and concludes that all royalty are crappy people.
He dresses as an Arab to avoid detection.
Jim tells a touching story about smacking his daughter.
He and Huck try to escape from the duke and king but fail.
He is sold as a runaway by the king to Silas Phelps.
He plays the unhappy part of prisoner to satisfy the childish whims of Tom Sawyer.
Jim is freed by Huck and Tom, but risks his own freedom to help the doctor with Tom’s calf.
He is again imprisoned and generously not killed on account of saving Tom’s life.
Jim finds out he’s been free for two whole months, and, amazingly, he is not super, super angry, as we would have been, about this whole situation.
He informs Huck that his father died back at Jackson’s Island.
At getting paid for his time as a prisoner, Jim declares himself rich, which, of course, he chalks up to his hairy chest.