Pudd'nhead Wilson - Chapters 10-11 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 10-11 Summary

For the first couple of days after learning the truth about his birth, Tom is ashamed and begins to shun his few friends and family. Tom feels he has changed his behavior, but no one else sees anything different in Tom's behavior because he has always been distant, unpleasant. Tom throws himself into the only pursuit through which he gets pleasure, gambling. However, this habit again throws Tom into debt and he is forced to again steal from his neighbors. Tom has begun dressing as a woman in order to hide his appearance during these robberies. It is during preparation for a robbery-raid on the town that Wilson sees the woman in Tom's room. That day, the same day the whole town turns out to meet the twins, Tom takes advantage of the large number of empty houses to rob them...

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