Mark Twain

The Adventures of Tom Sawyer

(This Edition Published)

Main Details
Author Mark Twain
Publisher The American Publishing Company*
Publisher A. Roman & Co.
Illustrator True Williams
Copyright Holder Samuel L. Clemens
This Edition Published
Format Hardback
Publication Location USA
Page Count 275 pages
Language English
Chapters CHAPTER I. Y-o-u-u Tom—Aunt Polly Decides Upon her Duty—Tom Practices Music—The Challenge—A Private Entrance
CHAPTER II. Strong Temptations—Strategic Movements—The Innocents Beguiled
CHAPTER III. Tom as a General—Triumph and Reward—Dismal Felicity—Commission and Omission
CHAPTER IV. Mental Acrobatics—Attending Sunday-School—The Superintendent—"Showing off"—Tom Lionized
CHAPTER V. A Useful Minister—In Church—The Climax
CHAPTER VI. Self - Examination — Dentistry — The Midnight Charm —Witches and Devils — Cautious Approaches — Happy Hours
CHAPTER VII. A Treaty Entered Into—Early Lessons—A Mistake Made
CHAPTER VIII. Tom Decides on his Course—Old Scenes Re-enacted
CHAPTER IX. A Solemn Situation—Grave Subjects Introduced—Injun Joe Explains
CHAPTER X. The Solemn Oath—Terror Brings Repentance—Mental Punishment
CHAPTER XI. Muff Potter Comes Himself—Tom's Conscience at Work
CHAPTER XII. Tom Shows his Generosity—Aunt Polly Weakens
CHAPTER XIII. The Young Pirates—Going to the Rendezvous—The Camp-Fire Talk
CHAPTER XIV. Camp-Life—A Sensation—Tom Steals Away from Camp
CHAPTER XV. Tom Reconnoiters—Learns the Situation—Reports at Camp
CHAPTER XVI. A Day's Amusements—Tom Reveals a Secret—The Pirates take a Lesson—A Night Surprise—An Indian War
CHAPTER XVII. Memories of the Lost Heroes—The Point in Tom's Secret
CHAPTER XVIII. Tom's Feelings Investigated — Wonderful Dream—Becky Thatcher Overshadowed—Tom Becomes Jealous—Black Revenge
CHAPTER XIX. Tom Tells the Truth
CHAPTER XX. Becky in a Dilemma—Tom's Nobility Asserts Itself
CHAPTER XXI. Youthful Eloquence—Compositions by the Young Ladies—A Lengthy Vision—The Boy's Vengeance Satisfied
CHAPTER XXII. Tom's Confidence Betrayed—Expects Signal Punishment
CHAPTER XXIII. Old Muff's Friends—Muff Potter in Court—Muff Potter Saved
CHAPTER XXIV. Tom as the Village Hero—Days of Splendor and Nights of Horror—Pursuit of Injun Joe
CHAPTER XXV. About Kings and Diamonds—Search for the Treasure—Dead People and Ghosts
CHAPTER XXVI. The Haunted House—Sleepy Ghosts—A Box of Gold—Bitter Luck
CHAPTER XXVII. Doubts to be Settled—The Young Detectives
CHAPTER XXVIII. An Attempt at No. Two—Huck Mounts Guard
CHAPTER XXIX. The Pic-nie—Huck on Injun Joe's Track—The "Revenge" Job—Aid for the Widow
CHAPTER XXX. The Welchman Reports—Huck Under Fire—The Story Circulated—A New Sensation—Hope Giving Way to Despair
CHAPTER XXXI. An Exploring Expedition—Trouble Commences—Lost in the Cave—Total Darkness—Found but not Saved
CHAPTER XXXII. Tom tells the Story of their Escape—Tom's Enemy in Safe Quarters
CHAPTER XXXIII. The Fate of Injun Joe—Huck and Tom Compare Notes—An Expedition to the Cave—Protection Against Ghosts—"An Awful Snug Place"—A Reception at the Widow Douglas's
CHAPTER XXXIV. Springing a Secret—Mr. Jones' Surprise a Failure
CHAPTER XXXV. A New Order of Things—Poor Huck—New Adventures Planned


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