In this Chapter Huck spends a while explaining Emmeline Grangerford’s paintings, poems, and room.
I think that the way he describes what Emmelines creations makes them seem extremely dark and sad. This shows us insight to the Grangerford family and how to Huck they seemed like a good family, minus the feud he didn’t understand, but not everything was as it seemed and the kids, at least Emmeline were not happy. He also is amazed with her poem and how she only wrote it when she was 13, he the continues to ponder on how Emmeline could have become an amazing writer. The combination of these two parts of the chapter really bring out little details in this family and how their feud is more harm than good. It shows how it’s hurting people, but it also shows that it’s taking lives that could have became something great.