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The Adventures of Tom Sawyer review õ 109 ☆ Introducing young readers to literary classics will be easy with each of the twelve titles in the Treasury of Illustrated Classics series Each title contains short concise chapters for easy comprehension and lasting enjoyment Adorned with beautifully illustrated covers hardcover editions are a dIntroducing young readers to literary classics will be easy with each of the twelve titles in the Treasury of Il. Update All we need now is a lost manuscript by Twain to be found by some lawyer with the story being about an adult Tom Sawyer and this book being the one the editor forced Twain to write I know you are probably thinking that is taking Harper Lee's Go Set a Watchman to far but what if that was just the beginning of a new initiative from publishers It could be the latest fashion now no one is interested in vampires any What happened to Tom after he grew up was asked in a review by a friend Thinking back on the times his character and the author I've come up with three possible ideas1 He became a bank manager and magistrate in a very small town He married Becky and both put on a lot of weight They had no children but three yappy toy spaniels whom they doted on Mas Thomas Sawyer allowed no leeway with naughty boys and the cane was much in use2 Tom with Huck and Jim found a treasure trove and were given a big reward Aunt Polly invested it until Tom was 21 Tom Huck and Jim bought a steamboat together converted it into a casino and plyed the Mississipi offering Black Jack and Jack Daniels at every stop3 At 18 Tom ran away to New Orleans and took up with a beautiful Creole woman with pale coffee skin and became a preacher in a loudly charismatic church He and his wife had a whole brood of multi coloured kids whom they named for the virtues Abstinence Doughty Chastity Patience Industrious and Worship In later life he met Marie Laveau and went to the dark side a confirmed believer in VoodooOr

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T Adorned with beautifully illustrated covers hardcover editions are a decorative addition to any reader's libra. My all time favorite work of fiction I usually read this every summerAs a fourth grader I read this book and took it very seriously It was my dream to build a raft and go adventuring Actually I did build the raft but there was not enough water in the creekMy other great ambition was to come marching into my own funeral I still think that would be fun When I read about Tom taking a licking for Becky Thatcher in school and sharing his cake with her in the cave I thought that was incredibly chivalrous and how things ought to be Because I read this book when I was young before I understood much of the humor I think it shaped the way I think in many waysAs an adult I have re read this book several times and love its timeless humor The descriptions of a little kid at church are totally relevant today I have learned that this book is primarily a light hearted book written about children but for adults

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The Adventures of Tom SawyerLustrated Classics series Each title contains short concise chapters for easy comprehension and lasting enjoymen. My coworker and my boyfriend made fun of me when I was reading this because apparently it's written for children and they both read it when younger I have nothing to say in my defense I didn't know I don't know most things if that isn't obvious by now On a related note I probably would have enjoyed this when younger It wasn't bad it was okay but I wasn't really itching to keep reading it and didn't have that usual urge that I get when reading a really enjoyable book to give up even going to the bathroom in favor of continuing to read I did really enjoy at the end though when Huck runs away and then Tom finds him and Huck talks about how he's just not cut out for being rich and polite society like same Huck Tom tricking people into painting the fence for him was also A Anyway now I can pretend to be somewhat cultured since I finally read some Mark Twain which is what clearly matters the most here