The Adventures of Tom Sawyer

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Macmillan, Aug 15, 1989 - Fiction - 256 pages
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This edition of The Adventures of Tom Sawyer includes a Biographical Note, Preface, and Afterword by Keith Neilson.



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Contents

Chapter 1 Tom Plays Fights and Hides
1
Chapter 2 The Glorious Whitewasher
9
Chapter 3 Busy at War and Love
15
Chapter 4 Showing Off in Sunday School
22
Chapter 5 The Pinch Bug and His Prey
33
Chapter 6 Tom Meets Becky
38
Chapter 7 TickRunning and a Heartbreak
50
Chapter 8 A Pirate Bold To Be
57
Chapter 20 Tom Takes Beckys Punishment
132
Chapter 21 Eloquenceand the Masters Gilded Dome
137
Chapter 22 Huck Finn Quotes Scripture
145
Chapter 23 The Salvation of Muff Potter
148
Chapter 24 Splendid Days and Fearsome Nights
155
Chapter 25 Seeking the Buried Treasure
156
Chapter 26 Real Robbers Seize the Box of Gold
164
Chapter 27 Trembling on the Trail
173

Chapter 9 Tragedy in the Graveyard
62
Chapter 10 Dire Prophecy of the Howling Dog
69
Chapter 11 Conscience Racks Tom
76
Chapter 12 The Cat and the Painkiller
81
Chapter 13 The Pirate Crew Set Sail
87
Chapter 14 Happy Camp of the Freebooters
95
Chapter 15 Toms Stealthy Visit Home
101
Chapter 16 First PipesIve Lost My Knife
106
Chapter 17 Pirates at Their Own Funeral
116
Chapter 18 Tom Reveals His Dream Secret
120
Chapter 19 The Cruelty of I Didnt Think
129
Chapter 28 In the Lair of Injun Joe
176
Chapter 29 Huck Saves the Widow
180
Chapter 30 Tom and Becky in the Cave
188
Chapter 31 Found and Lost Again
198
Chapter 32 Turn Out Theyre Found
207
Chapter 33 The Fate of Injun Joe
211
Chapter 34 Floods of Gold
221
Chapter 35 Respectable Huck Joins the Gang
224
Afterword
231
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About the author (1989)

Mark Twain was a humorist, satirist, lecturer and writer. Twain is most noted for his novels Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, which has since been called the Great American Novel, and The Adventures of Tom Sawyer. During his lifetime, Twain became a friend to presidents, artists, leading industrialists and European royalty

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