The Adventure Of Tom Sawyer Analysis

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The Adventure Of Tom Sawyer is a literature, written by Mark Twain, who was an American humorist and novelist. His vivid imagination, keen sense of humor, and sharp wit resulted in some of the most beloved classics of American literature. In this novel, the frequent use of the conversational rule of Black English, which constantly reminded me that it is about black Americans. Mark Twain was also good at the use of contracted forms which is very common in black oral English. Above all let me come to perceive Tom and his deeds through his identity as a black and a child. Mark Twain told us about the truth and the real life at that time. And he showed the world in which everyone has a role to play in the Black America, such as Tom Sawyer and Huck …show more content…
He was not as simple as he looked. He was so wise and brave a boy. He knew far too well how people thought. His encourage for starting an adventure make us feel awesome. He did not like to stay at school for a long time, because he thought it was a tasteless life. He wished to join a pirate and he longed to become over the life of fresh stimulus. Though he was told that he was not strong and clever enough to begin an adventure career, he started it just because of courage. That is to say, it was the bravery that made him start that adventure. He dared to separate himself from the protection of his aunt Polly, as he was very little; he dared to confront all the risks of his life; he got lost and even got killed in the adventure. At first, Tom found his partners, Joe Harper and Huckleberry Finn, to make up his group. Joe had just been whipped by his mother for drinking some cream while he had never tasted. His mother felt tired of him and wished him to go away. Any child in the world want to be loved, unfortunately, Joe did not get the love. And then, Huck was an orphan and never had enough food to eat. They started this adventure together. In this adventure, Tom showed his boldness, courage, knowledge, and wisdom, which are worth

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