The Adventures of Tom Sawyer Essay | Character Traits of Tom Sawyer in "The Adventures of Tom Sawyer"

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Character Traits of Tom Sawyer in "The Adventures of Tom Sawyer"

Summary: In "The Adventures of Tom Sawyer" by Mark Twain, Tom exhibits many admirable and interesting character traits, including adventurousness, heroism, bravery and mischievousness.
In "The Adventures of Tom Sawyer" by Mark Twain, Tom Sawyer was a boy who lived with his Aunt Polly. While he lived with his aunt he had many adventures. During his adventures he displayed many different character traits. He interested me greatly.

One of his most noticeable character traits is that he is adventurous. I think this trait is the most noticeable trait because he has a lot of adventures. His adventures may be mischievous, brave, or just plain old funny. In his adventures he mostly exemplified adventurousness.

I think the best example of Tom showing adventurousness is when he and Huckleberry go to the cemetery and see Injun Joe. It is very adventurous to go to a cemetery at night because they could have seen anyone or anything. They could have been killed, but Tom was adventurous...

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