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Analysis of The Adventures of Tom Sawyer

Summary: A two-part essay first giving an overview of literature and then analyzing the Adventures of Tom Sawyer by Mark Twain. Provides a complex overview of the story, focusing on the title character. Also explores Twain's writing style, giving examples from the novel.
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Literature plays an important part in our life. Readers through literature can gain pleasure, or develops taste and perception. Each nation has its own literature because literature reflects its own national history, cultural tradition, customs, languages and ways of living. So do English and American.

Being a student of English, it is useful for me to study English and American literature. Through the literature words I can know more about history, tradition, customs and people of these countries. Especially, my knowledge of language will be also improved. American literature is very young, though, it is independent from British literature and in fact, it has established its own identify and gained some achievements. American itself has its place in readers' hearts all over the world with beloved author and enjoyable works of literature. One of the most popular...

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