Which best describes the narration in chapter 5 of The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn?
A. Huck narrates the story, which helps readers understand his point of view and his inner thoughts.
B. Huck’s father narrates the story, which makes it difficult for the reader to grasp Huck’s inner thoughts and feelings.
C. The story is told in the third person, which creates a sense of detachment between the reader and the characters.
D. The story is narrated by the “widow,” which helps the reader see Huck as an immature child.