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The Adventures of Tom Sawyer Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapters 14 and 15 Summary

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Chapters 14 and 15 Summary

Tom awakes the next morning and wonders for a few minutes where he is. The woods are still and hazy. Waiting for Huck and Joe to wake up, Tom entertains himself with the bugs that have crawled onto him-first a little green worm, then some ants, a ladybug, and finally a tumblebug. By now, the birds are vying for his attention and Tom marvels at all of nature around him.

Before long, the three boys, as naked pirates, are tumbling in the waters of the sandbar with no thought of their former lives of yesterday. The boys cook bacon and fish for breakfast and declare it the best that they ever ate. All day long, they explore the island and are happy that the current has taken their raft the night before so that they are no longer obliged to return to civilization.

Toward late...

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