This person has taken Tom and Sid in, and is both exasperated and amused by Tom. This character feels bound by conscience to punish Tom.
Huck Finn saves this character from a murdering miscreant, enlisting the help of a man and his two sons. A pious and good-hearted person from St. Petersburg, this character later takes Huck Finn in with the intention of "civilizing" him.
This "juvenile pariah of the village" and "romantic outcast" is "cordially hated and dreaded by all the mothers" of St. Petersburg and secretly admired by their children.
This character is Tom's best friend and a member of Tom's pirate gang known as "the Terror of the Seas." When the "pirates" run away on a short-lived pirating adventure, this character is the first to admit to homesickness.
This character is the villain of the...
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