The Adventures of Tom Sawyer - Study Guide Chapters 34 and 35 Summary & Analysis

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Huck tries to convince Tom to jump out the window with him. Huck is not used to being around people and certainly not used to being in a fresh set of clothes. Just then, Sid comes into the bedroom and tells them that the widow is giving the party for the Welshman and his sons on account of their bravery in her defense the other night. Sid knows that the Welshman is going to spill Huck's secret too and the two boys are outraged.

The boys survive the dinner and the Welshman thanks the widow for her hospitality but tells everyone that it is Huck who is the real hero of the event. The widow makes a great display over the orphan and vows then and there to take him as her own and raise him and educate him and even give him money to...

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