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The Adventures of Tom Sawyer Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapters 21 and 22 Summary

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Chapters 21 and 22 Summary

The end of the school year is approaching and Mr. Dobbins grows stricter with each day, wanting the classes to put on a good showing for the town on Examination Day. The boys are weary of the constant punishment and vow revenge in some way.

On the night of the presentations, Mr. Dobbins sits at the head of the classroom and rules over all the recitations and presentations by the selected students. At the end of the speeches, the teacher rises to draw an outline of the United States to prepare for the presentations of the geography students. Mr. Dobbins makes a few errors and the people in the audience begin to titter. The teacher erases and tries again and the audience is still chuckling. Mr. Dobbins does not know that being lowered from the ceiling is a cat with its paws tied together and...

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