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    The Adventures Of Tom Sawyer In the Adventures of Tom Sawyer by Mark Twain, the friendship between the two friends Huck Finn and Tom Sawyer is strong enough to get them through some life changing adventures. The story takes place in the mid 1800's, in a Missouri town called St. Petersburg. Tom Sawyer is a very mischievous, adventurous kid, living with his Aunt Polly and her daughter, Mary, and his brother Sid. In the very beginning of the book Tom shows how mischievous he is when he tricks a couple

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    when what is good and what is bad all becomes a blur? This is when people get confused and then the wrong thing becomes right in their mind. This is an idea that appears in The Outsiders and Tom Sawyer quite often throughout the main characters progression through Adolescence. Even though a key concept in Tom Sawyer is how individuals often do the wrong thing for the right reason, this idea is better exemplified in The Outsiders when Ponyboy and Johnny run from the law, Darry hits Ponyboy as punishment

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    Tom Sawyer is a mischievous boy who starts out the story by skipping school to swim. Tom almost gets away with it, but his half-brother, Sid, points out that the collar of his shirt is sewn in a different color. On Saturday, Tom is given the chore of whitewashing a long fence, 2 coats. Tome tells other boys passing by that it is fun. They become jealous of his job and “pay” him in various things such as marbles and such to paint. Tom tells Aunt Polly that it is done. She doesn’t believe it is true

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    Huckleberry Finn (Huck for short) wanted to go on another adventure. He made a wooden raft and packed his things. He asked his friend, Tom Sawyer excitedly, “Do you want to come to my adventure?” “Sure! I like to come to your adventure. Can you wait for 2 minutes? I am going to pack things I needed”, answered Tom. “O.K. I will wait for you my best friend” said Huck. Tom said to Huck when they reached at Huck’s raft, “I think we need a big raft because this raft has no space. It is a good thing that

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    The Adventures of Tom Sawyer, you could compare your mental “movie” to the film (1938 version), but if you haven’t read the book, why not compare it to a mental “movie”. In The Adventures of Tom Sawyer, Mark Twain depicts almost perfectly what's it like to be a kid. Tom Sawyer likes adventure and a tricky one at that. Tom likes playing hooky and is quite a ladies man because he is in love at first with Becky Thatcher, the girl who Tom really, really likes. In The Adventures of Tom Sawyer different

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    Realistic Hero in The Adventures of Tom Sawyer Tom Sawyer, the main character of The Adventures of Tom Sawyer, written by Mark Twain, is an average boy who is bored with his civilized life and escapes these constraints by pulling pranks.  The character, Tom is presented as a realistic and convincing boy.  He is kind and loving, but also cruel, stupid, and hypocritical.  As the story progresses, Tom shows signs of maturity.  The story of Tom Sawyer, as well as TOM being about a realistic character

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    Tom Sawyer Literary Analysis Sometimes a child can be wronged only once by a decent person, but if that child does not know that the person is good, their entire reality of this person would most likely be seen as a terrible person. In The Adventures of Tom Sawyer, the characters are exaggerated versions of a restricted and childish view of realistic characters. Characters like Aunt Polly and Widow Douglas are good examples of this, as their personalities seem very plain and unchanging. Aunt Polly

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    Tom Sawyer and Huck Finn are two close friends, but are also very different from each other. While one lives in a well-respected family, the other is abandoned out onto the streets. While one boy is liked by almost everyone in the community, the other is looked down on by society. The only similarities the two companions have together are their bravery and courageousness, their strong belief in superstition, and their love of adventure. Despite their many differences, both boys know when to make

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    Tom Sawyer vs Huck Finn

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    Even though Tom Sawyer might be “civilized” and a socially accepted boy, Huck is a better person because he knows that slavery is wrong and he is more rational and reasonable. In The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, Mark Twain shows this many different situations in which the uncivilized person, Huck, is actually the civilized person, and also is more of a realistic and reasonable. One example of how Huck is more of a realistic person is when they form a gang and are going to rob a large caravan

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    Huckleberry Finn and Tom Sawyer are not the only children in The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, but they are the two that the reader sees the most of. At the beginning of the book, Huck and Tom are good friends, but readers learn early on that their personalities are just about as different as can be. The children do have their similarities, however, which helps them to maintain an, at times, awkward friendship. The two boys are like two sides of the same coin; while they are both extremely childish

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