Tom Sawyer Book Review Essay

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Inspired by his classmates and life as an adventurous young boy, Mark Twain wrote, ”The Adventures of Tom Sawyer.” Commenting, "Although my book is intended mainly for the entertainment of boys and girls el part of my plan has been to pleasantly remind adults of what they once were themselves, and what they felt and thought." Thoroughly throughout his book, we see that he meets his criteria and directs his words to capture the minds of young adolescents, while yet appealing to adults reminding them of their childhood with fond reminiscence.

In the 1870s, Mark Twain set out to publish his book in England, securing a British copyright; but all did not go according to his plan. As we see in chapters 13-14 of his book, Tom became a pirate;
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Tom got worried that his aunt was worrying about him he went home to check on her and listened to her and the neighbor talk, Tomm heard mention of their funeral, and sparked the grand idea of attending. Tom went back to the Island, as if nothing happened, but Joe and Huck wanted to go back, so Then he told them of his ‘marvelous’ plans.
They decided that was a glorious plan. And so they stayed there a couple more days and then walked in on their own funeral.

Tom and Huck go treasure hunting. Looking for old buried pirate gold. But they stumble upon Injun Joe and his accomplice they hind in the upstairs of a shed. Injun Joe brought back money to bury, but instead of burying it there he found found more gold, the treasure. He took everything to his ‘number 2’. Tom and Huck curious to find out where that might be, decided to watch them the next couple days.

They follow him to a tavern, where his door number is number 2. They think that it could be it, and wait for the opportune moment. They break in, but all they found was empty alcohol bottles.Thinking they have no chance of finding it again, they give
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