The Adventures of Tom Sawyer

depict a brief sketch of the nature of tom sawyer.

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Tom Sawyer, a fiction character created by Mark Twain in The Adventures of Tom Sawyer, is based somewhat in part on Twain's own childhood in Missouri. Tom is highly intelligent, rebellious in nature, but is also possessed of a good heart. He doesn't do anything by half measures. Tom doesn't have a problem with taking advantage of someone if it benefits him (a good example is the events with whitewashing the fence, or at the church with the bible drills). Tom is very self gratifying and is at that stage in life where he's pretty sure that the world does revolve around him. He lives mostly in a fantasy world of his own imagination whenver he can, pretending to be a pirate or to play cowboy and indian. However, the reality of actually living any of those lives escapes him.

The young protagonist of the unconventional. living with his aunt St. Petersburg, Missouri, Tom has a penchant for adventure and "showing off." continuously getting into mischief, he performs hooky from faculty and could as a substitute go swimming than generally tend to his Sunday faculty training. Blessed with an active creativeness, Tom goals to be a noble robber inclusive of Robin Hood or a pirate. Hungry for attention, Tom is captivated with appearing noble and obtaining the envy of his peers. However, Tom is extraordinarily smart and possesses an terrific perception on human nature. For the duration of the novel, Tom ought to learn to listen to his judgment of right and wrong and grow to be liable for his movements.


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