Tom Sawyer Summary

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Name Date Professor Book: Tom Sawyer Part A: 4 sections, 5 words per section Part B: Main characters (max 4) Part C: Summary (Intro, Rising, Climax, Conclusion) Part A: Section 1: Shunned – Persistently avoid, ignore, or reject through antipathy. Hampered – To hinder or impede the movement of. Drowsy – Showing lack of attention or boredom; half asleep. Unappeasable – Not to be placated or appeased or moved by entreaty. Section 2: Illustrious – Having or conferring glory; widely known and esteemed. Warpath – A course leading to warefare or battle; hostile mood. War-whoop – A yell intended to rally a group of soldiers in battle. Accoutrements – Additional items of dress or equiptment. Compensate – Make payment to; make amends for. Section 3: Dreariness – extreme dullness; lacing spririt. Sorrowing – Sorrowful through loss or deprivation. Hermit – One who lives in solitudel one retired from society. Unavailing – Producing no result in effect. Notoriety – The state of being known for some unfavorable act or quality. Section 4: Prodigious-So great in size or force or extent as to elicit awe. Personage- Another word for person, or person not meriting to identity. Hymn- A sound of praise. Abundant- Great quantity. Ghastly- Shockingly repellent. Part B: Main Characters Tom Sawyer: Tom’s an extremely interesting character, and much more complex then his adventures would lead you to believe. Taking a closer look at his morals, his actions are on par with a younger kid
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