The Adventures of Tom Sawyer: A Novel
CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, May 28, 2017 - 218 pages
The classic, in all its glory - though what many forget is how well this tale of American boyhood holds up even after nearly 150 years. Tom Sawyer, his best friend Huck Finn, his would-be girlfriend Becky Thatcher, and his aunt Polly teach and learn about life, death, race and painting fences in a "typical" 19th century Midwestern town that bears a striking resemblance to Twain's hometown of Hannibal, Missouri. On one level, this is the prototypical tale of one boy's innocence and how he lost it, but it's also a profound evocation of the national character that Twain, an odd combination of independent thinker and moralist, clearly thought needed some analyzing.
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