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    Tom Sawyer Tom Sawyer is a boy who is full of adventures. In his world there is an adventure around every corner. Some of his adventures have lead him into some bad situations but with his good heart and bright mind he has gotten out of them. Tom lives with his aunt Polly, his cousin Mary and his bother Sid. One of the first things to happen in the book is a memorable one, the painting of the fence.  Tom's aunt Polly made Tom paint her fence on a Saturday as a punishment.  Tom just hated the idea

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    Mark Twain’s Southern style of writing is evident in The Adventures of Tom Sawyer. One of the fascinating elements of this book is that the reader is made to feel like they are actually hearing the conversations in person. The reader also feels as if they are truly traveling through the Southern parts of America. Twain does this by using his knowledge of Southern accents, dialect expressions, and picturesque sceneries. He also uses lots of engaging dialogue and captures the realistic mood and setting

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    Title: The Adventures of Tom Sawyer The significance of the title that this name of the main protagonist of the story. It also shows the People are to believe that the influence of this novel was based of Mark Twain’s childhood growing up in Hannibal, Missouri. “he developed early the tendency to test her indulgence through mischief”(Quirk) Major events: Tom encounters Becky Thatcher “Adored Unknown”, and falls for her From the previous whitewashing scheme, Tom trades all of the earnings for tickets

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    “The Adventures of Tom Sawyer” is an exciting and insightful novel by Mark Twain which follows the adventures of an adventurous and slightly devious boy in Missouri, USA. The author demonstrates through a series of adventures how the main character Tom Sawyer matures and ultimately comes to understand to put concern for others over concern for himself. The author also illustrates through characterisation of Tom Sawyer the fundamental ideas that people’s actions are not so clear cut morally and how

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    Tom Sawyer Tom Sawyer was a boy, not one of the sort that you read about in good books, but a little devil, never malicious and always at some trick, and in the course of years he engaged in a multitude, all of which are here recorded in Twain's style. He had special aversions for church, Sunday school, pious people, devout conversation and the company of his sedate but good old aunt. In spite of his efforts to escape from such inflictions he had to suffer them once in a while, but in his efforts

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    Tom Sawyer Growing up in a small community can be hard, I won’t be the only on to tell you that, but living in one in the 1800’s was tougher. This is especially true when there’s a murdering robber who wants revenge lurking about. But it’s got its good qualities too, I mean, there’s the picnics and the adventures and everybody knows everybody so no ones threatening anybody with their strange presence. This is why The Adventures of Tom Sawyer by Mark Twain display such a realistic life; it portrays

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    Tom Sawyer

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    Adventures of Tom Sawyer book by Mark Twain was a captivating book with details that molded well together. A movie was made in 1938 off of the book and I favored it over the book. The movie did leave me unsatisfied with its loss of an important scene that can cause confusion. Yet, the fast paced action scenes left me feeling enthralled and hooked. Adding on to that, the main character’s personality stayed true to the book without a feeling that something is missing. The movie, The Adventures of Tom Sawyer

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    AN IMAGINATIVE AND MISCHIEVOUS BOY named Tom Sawyer lives with his Aunt Polly and his half-brother, Sid, in the Mississippi River town of St. Petersburg, Missouri. After playing hooky from school on Friday and dirtying his clothes in a fight, Tom is made to whitewash the fence as punishment on Saturday. At first, Tom is disappointed by having to forfeit his day off. However, he soon cleverly persuades his friends to trade him small treasures for the privilege of doing his work. He trades these treasures

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    community on the Mississippi River. The main character in the book is Tom Sawyer. Throughout the book, the author compares himself to Tom and his adventures. Tom is all boy he hates anything that places limits on his boyhood freedom including, church, school, and chores and he will do anything to get out of them. Tom's character is a dynamic one. Harper Academic states, "A good student? A polite nephew? A hard worker? Not Tom Sawyer. He never wanted to be the model boy. His sights were set on being

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    Analysis Of Tom Sawyer

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    APPLICATION OF HUMANISM THEORY IN THE NOVEL “THE ADVENTURES OF TOM SAWYER” The novel is a humorous fantasy, written in the tradition of a boy’s adventure story. It recreates the child’s vision of the world. It entertains the adult by reminding him of his own childhood feelings and by showing him his own adult world from the viewpoint of a child. From this childish viewpoint, the adult world appears rather foolish. The few examples of narrative criticism of social institutions education

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