The Adventures of Tom Sawyer - Study Guide Chapters 28 and 29 Summary & Analysis

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The boys are diligent in their commitment to watching the tavern but nothing happens for three nights. On the night when the moon is hidden, Tom tries the door and discovers that it is unlocked. Tom opens it to find Injun Joe asleep on the floor and runs away urging Huck to follow him. The boys vow that they will continue to watch the tavern every night and monitor Injun Joe's comings and goings.

The next day brings the good news that Becky Thatcher is back in town and is making plans for a big picnic. Tom stays awake most of the night in anticipation of the picnic and also waits to hear Huck's signal which never came.

The next day Tom escorts Becky to the picnic and is beside himself with pleasure. Tom sure hopes that Huck's signal doesn't come tonight and interrupt this...

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