The Adventures of Tom Sawyer

The Adventures of Tom Sawyer

Book - 1946
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The classic story of Mississippi River-rat Tom Sawyer is told in this unabridged edition that contains an up-to-date bibliography and notes which discuss literary allusions and other references to the story.
Publisher: New York : Grosset & Dunlap, c1946.
ISBN: 9780448060026
0448060027
Branch Call Number: J Twai
Characteristics: 317 p., [5] leaves of plates : 24 cm.
Additional Contributors: McKay, Donald 1895-

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killercheez
Feb 06, 2012

I think the book was interesting because Tom had a lot of crazy ideas. For example, he made boys from his neighborhood pay for doing very boring work he must have done himself. Also he built a raft and sailed on it with no supervision. I also liked it because it was well written(sometimes). This book is sort of all-over-the-place but can still be understood. This book has some words offensive to dark skinned people.
I'd recommend this book to anyone.

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re_discover
Jul 25, 2011

A very well written children's book. Excellent vocabulary. The stories are mostly contained within the chapters, which are a good length for bedtime stories.

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DonnaJL
Oct 14, 2010

Coming of age -- my hometown, spirit of boyhood

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Jul 25, 2011

Coarse Language: Racism

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