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Essay Galaxy - Tom Swayer The Adventures of Tom Sawyer takes place in St. Petersburg, Missouri. No one quite knows what to make of Tom Sawyer, but does agree on one thing: he sure keeps hopping. Tom lives in his Aunt Polly’s house. Tom’s younger brother or half brother Sid was a quite boy, and had no adventurous. He is troublesome in ways. In the beginning of the story Tom is caught by his Aunt Polly, eating jam. Tom tricks Aunt Polly by saying “My Look behind you, aunt!” Tom is clever and successful in his tricks. In the story Huck sees Tom’s wide reading and vivid imagination as qualities that set Tom far above himself, and he often mentions how Tom would have enjoyed some particularly difficult feat that he himself has just pulled off. Huck is the son of the town drunkard, a man who goes away for long stretches and beats h....

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