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◄--Prev THE ADVENTURES OF TOM SAWYER (1876)
by Mark Twain (November 30, 1835 April 21, 1910)
a.k.a. Samuel Clemens

Table of Contents
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The previous edition was update by Jose Menendez.
 



THE ADVENTURES OF TOM SAWYER

Table of Contents:

Book Cover, Spine, Frontpiece, Title Page, Dedication

Preface

Part 1.

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

Part 2.

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

Part 3.

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

Part 4.

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

Part 5.

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

Part 6.

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

Part 7.

Chapter XXVIII.:
An Attempt at No. Two—Huck Mounts Guard
Chapter XXIX.:
The Pic-nic—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

Part 8.

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

Conclusion




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