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A Character Sketch of Tom Sawyer

Summary: Provides a character sketch of Tom Sawyer, from The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, by Mark Twain. Explores the relationship between Tom and Huck in the story.
Tom Sawyer from Mark Twain's, The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, has a unique personality while playing the role of Huckleberry Finn's partner in crime and old time friend. He is imaginative with a vast knowledge of fiction books, which becomes considerably useful in contriving a plan to liberate the imprisoned slave, Jim. However, Tom also has a stubbornness and arrogance about him, making him uncompromising in his plan's details and difficult to work with. Nonetheless, Tom proves himself to be a good and loyal friend to Huckleberry, helping a supporting Huckleberry as they work together to save Jim from slavery. Although stubborn, Tom is a unique, imaginative, and trustworthy boy whom seems well-intentioned despite his mischievous doings.

Tom Sawyer has a vast imagination from reading fiction books which becomes very beneficent when devising plans that require great caution and skill. The fiction stories give...

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