Thereof, does Tom Sawyer get shot?
Tom writes a letter to the Phelpses before the planned escape, warning them of said planned escape. He is, perhaps very rightly so, shot in the calf while helping Jim escape. He returns to the farm, beaming with pride at their escape.
Also Know, how does Tom get hurt? Tom is shot by the farmers because they think he is a robber. Huck doesn’t sneak out to see Tom because Aunt Sally asked him not to and he feels guilty about all the worry they have caused her.
Beside this, what happens to Tom at the end of Huck Finn?
Jim is free, Tom’s leg is healed, Huck still has his $6,000, and Aunt Sally has offered to adopt him. Settling down with Aunt Sally—as nice as she is—is about the last thing Huck wants to do. Instead, he decides to “light out” for the territories, the unsettled land west of the Mississippi (43).
How does Jim become free in Huck Finn?
Jim is freed by Huck and Tom, but risks his own freedom to help the doctor with Tom’s calf. 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.