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The adventures of Tom Sawyer

Author: Mark Twain; Konrad Hack
Publisher: Franklin Center, Pa. : Franklin Library, 1978.
Series: Collector's library of the world's best-loved books.
Edition/Format:   Book : Fiction : English : A limited edView all editions and formats
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The adventures of a boy growing up in a nineteenth-century Mississippi River town.
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Genre/Form: Fiction
Adventure fiction
Humorous fiction
Material Type: Fiction
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Mark Twain; Konrad Hack
OCLC Number: 5051451
Notes: "Notes from the editors": 22 p. inserted.
Description: xvii, 252 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm.
Contents: 1. Y-o-o-u Tom-Aunt Polley decides upon her duty-Tom practices music-the challenge-a private entrance --
2. Strong temptations-strategic movements-The innocents beguiled --
3. Tom as a general-triemph and reward-Desmal felicity-commission and omission --
4. Mental acrobatics-attending Sunday school-the suprintendent-"showing off"-tom lionized --
5. A useful minister-In church-The climax --
6. Self-examination-dentistry-the midnight charm-witches and devils-cautious approaches-happy hours --
7. A treaty entered into-Early lessons-A mistake made --
8. Tom decides on his course-Old scenes reenacted --
9. A solemn situation-grave subjects introduced-injun Joe explains --
10. A solemn oath-terror brings repentance-Mental punishment --
11. Muff potter comes himself-Tom's conscience at work --
12. Tom shows his generosity-Aunt Polly weakens --
13. The young pirates-Going to the rendezvous-The campfire talk --
14. Camp life-A sensation-Tom steals away from camp --
15. Tom reconnoiters-Learns the situation-reports at camp --
16. A day' s amusements-Tom reveals a secret-The pirates take a lesson-A night surprise-An Indian war --
17. Memories of the lost heroes-The point in Tom's secret --
18. Tom's feeling investigated-Wonderful dream-Beacky Thatcher overshadowed-Tom becomes jealous-Black revenge --
19. Tom tells the truth --
20. Becky in a dilemma-Tom's nobility asserts itself --
21. Youthful eloquence-compositions by the young ladies-A lengthy vision-The boys' vengeance satisfied --
22. Tom's confidence betrayed-Expects signal punishment --
23. Old muff's friends-Muff potter in court-Muff potter saved --
24. Tom as the village hero-Days of splendor and nights of horror --
pursuit of injun Joe --
25. About kings and diamonds-search for the treasure-dead people and ghosts --
26. The haunted house-Sleepy ghosts-a box of gold-bitter luck --
27. Doubts to be settled-The young detectives --
28. An attempt at number two-Huck mounts guard --
29. The picnic-Huck on injun Joe's track-The "revenge" job-Aid for the window --
30. The Welshmen reports- Huck under fire-The story circulated-A new sensation-Hope giving way to despair --
31. An exploring expedition-Trouble commences-Lost in the cave-Total darkness --
Found but not saved --
32. Tom tells the story of their escape-
Series Title: Collector's library of the world's best-loved books.
Responsibility: Mark Twain [i.e. S.L. Clemens] ; illustrated by Konrad Hack.

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The adventures of a boy growing up in a nineteenth-century Mississippi River town.

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