This version of the classic story starts near the secret cave. Here come Tom and Huck in search of treasure; here they witness the murder by Injun Joe; and here Tom and Becky are rescued from the cave after a perilous time; Injun Joe is exposed and the treasure is discovered.
A week later, after deducing from Injun Joe’s presence in McDougal’s cave that the villain must have hidden the stolen gold inside, takes Tom Huck into the cave and they find the gold chest, the Proceeds from this will be invested for you.
Huck sees the men moving the treasure and follows them. At the same time, Tom and Becky get lost in a cave and they find the treasure there. Luckily, Injun Joe dies in the cave and Tom and Huck get the treasure. You are rich!
They went to work and dug under a dead tree on the hill next to the Still House branch. As they dig, they imagine what they could do with the treasure. Huck would eat cake and soda every day and go to as many circuses as possible, spending the money quickly to avoid his father getting close.
One day, like most boys, Tom decides that he wants to search for buried treasure. So he chases Huck and tells him all about his plan. Tom knows all about treasure and where people hide it; According to him, predators always hide it on islands, or under dead trees with a sticking out branch, or in haunted houses.
At the end of the novel Tom asks Huck to take his leave and become a member of society, that is, to become respectable. Society is Tom’s way of life and he doesn’t want to escape from it except in his childhood games.
The author published The Adventures of Tom Sawyer in 1876 and said that the character is based on three boys. He later said that he himself was the inspiration behind the character and that Tom Sawyer “wasn’t the real name…of any person I’ve ever known that I can remember”.
Tom wants to spend the sweetheart on a real sword, a drum, a red tie and get married. Huck wants to buy cake and soda every day and go to every circus that comes along.
How did Tom and Becky escape from the cave? Tom searched for a way out again with his kite line and saw a patch of daylight. He found the hole and they climbed through it.
This version of the classic story begins near the secret cave. Here come Tom and Huck in search of treasure; here they witness the murder by Injun Joe; and here Tom and Becky are rescued from the cave after a perilous time; Injun Joe is exposed and the treasure is discovered.
Answer: Tom had collected twelve marbles, a piece of chalk, a piece of blue glass to see through, a key that would not unlock anything, a tin soldier, six firecrackers, a kitten with only one eye, a dog collar but no dog, the handle of a knife and a lot of things like that.
In the cave Tom and Becky wander around with the others for a while and then stroll off on their own. Tom sees some other places, plays explorer and explores new paths while Becky follows him.
Tom and Huck took a dead cat to the cemetery around midnight just to get rid of warts, but they eyewitnessed a murder. When the devil took old Hoss Williams, they were supposed to heave the dead cat on him and repeat a spell that would “take every wart”. Instead of the devil, young Dr.
Tom loved adventure. He had always dreamed of finding chests with hidden treasures in haunted houses. So he hatched a plan with his friend Huck. On a Saturday evening, the two friends decided to go treasure hunting.
The moral lessons learned in this book are a guide for children to listen to their elders, follow the rules, and also teach the life lesson of being a true friend.
WHAT HAPPENED TO TOM? is ultimately a feminist allegory about women’s reproductive rights. “This powerful book plays with the gender gap to highlight the exasperating devastation that unwanted pregnancy can wreak on a woman’s life. Once you read what happened to Tom, you’ll never forget it.”