Role Model In Mark Twain's The Adventures Of Tom Sawyer

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In the Adventures of Tom Sawyer by Tom Sawyer is a Fabulous moral role model for a kid or even an adult. People of any age are able to relate to the life and times of Tom Sawyer.. This is because Tom Sawyer cares about others more than himself and he would sacrifice himself to save someone else. Another reason would be that Tom never gave up hope no matter what happens. Lastly, even though Tom would get into trouble he would always make up for his inappropriate acts. Tom Sawyer is a great role model for every one even though he gets into trouble. The first reason that supports that Tom Sawyer is an unbelievable role model is that Tom Sawyer is always thinking about someone else instead of himself. For example, in chapter 24 Tom was to announce that Injun Joe murder Doc or lies to the crowd and say that Muff Potter killed Doc. Tom knows if he announced that Injun Joe killed doc he would be a great danger …show more content…
For example, toward to start of the story Tom got in trouble by Aunt Polly and the punishment he did was to paint the fence. Aunt Polly was surprised that he painted it and Tom was turning into a more responsible person. Even though he got someone else to do his work with him, he still painted the fence a shined it. He owned up to his mistakes. Tom also was bad and got into trouble but that is what kids do they have fun. If he pays for what he did then it is all good. Tom was not the best kid before the book by during the book he owned up to his mistake and was a responsible young man. Tom Sawyer was a very good role model for everyone and these points show it. Tom was very honorable and thought about someone else besides himself. Tom was very brave and never gave up hope no matter what. Tom always paid up when he got into trouble with his buddies. Tom Sawyer was a great role model and some kids should learn off of him in some parts of the

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