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Essay | The Charms of the Adventures of Tom Sawyer

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The Charms of the Adventures of Tom Sawyer

Summary: Essay discusses the charms in "The Adventures of Tom Sawyer" by Mark Twain.
Ⅰ、Introduction

Sparkling with mischief, jumping with youthful adventure, Mark Twain's Tom Sawyer is one of the most splendid recreations of childhood in all of literature. Tom Sawyer is the first of a long line of adolescent heroes in American fiction. It is a book that is more than a boy's book. Like Gulliver's Travels, Alice in the Wonderland and Huckberry Finn, it owes its greatness to the fact that it can be read and admired on all age levels. I have been interested in psychology for quite some time. Since Tom Sawyer is regarded as a masterpiece in the children's literature, the real key to its success must be sought in its popularity among young readers. On the basis of psychology, this thesis intends to explore in what way Tom Sawyer goes along with the children's psychology and therefore wins the admiration...

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