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The Adventures of Tom Sawyer

Summary: Explores The Adventures of Tom Sawyer by Mark Twain. Describes how Twain uses the moral development of the character Tom Sawyer to play out every boy's childhood fantasies of adventure and heroism.
In Mark Twain's novel, The Adventures of Tom Sawyer, Twain uses the moral development of the character Tom Sawyer to play out every boy's childhood fantasies of adventure and heroism. Many of Mark Twain's stories were influenced by Twain's childhood. He grew up in Missouri in the 1830's on the banks of the Mississippi river. He admired loyal friendships and the irreplaceable value of freedom. These reoccurring themes enhance the uniqueness and distinctive qualities of his works. Twain's satirical writing approach reveals his moral values and takes the reader on a psychological journey incorporating his childhood memories involving friendship and adventure. Twain designs the character Tom Sawyer around his own life experiences. Tom can be categorized as being a rebellious, heroic, and adventures little boy. He gets into fights, sneaks out of his house late at night, and goes on multiple adventures throughout the story...

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