The Adventures of Tom Sawyer - Chapter 31 Summary & Analysis

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Tom and Becky are indeed still inside the cave. The two have wandered away from the others during the picnic outing to explore some passageways they had never seen before. After a time the two children realize that they are quite alone and there are no replies to their calls to the others. Tom and Becky try their best to retrace their steps but to no avail. The two are hungry and their candles are burned out. Tom did have the presence to get them to a stream so they could at least have some water. Becky is starting to panic and Tom is glad when she is able to sleep for a little bit. However, they are deep into the cave and have no idea how long they have been there. Would the others be searching for them or would they have given up by now and gone home...

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