The Adventures of Tom Sawyer - Chapters 32 and 33 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 32 and 33 Summary

The town is still in mourning over the two lost children. The Thatcher family and Aunt Polly are inconsolable in their grief. Then in the middle of the night, the church bells ring out: Tom and Becky have been found! The village comes to life and stays up celebrating all the rest of the night.

Tom explains how he had left Becky briefly to go exploring again and saw a slit of light coming through one of the cave walls. Tom is able to push himself through a hole into the sunshine right near the river. Becky is incredulous when he returns for her but when she sees that he is telling the truth she is delirious with joy. The couple pushes themselves through the hole and sits on the grass laughing and crying. Tom and Becky flag down some men in a boat who...

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