Tom Sawyer

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"Tom Sawyer, who is
not the model boy
of the village."

2
"My! Look behind you,
       Aunt!"

3
"Hang the boy! Can't
I never learn anything?"

4
"'Spare the rod and spile
the child!' I ain't doin'
my duty by that boy.
I'm a-layin' up sin and
sufferin' for us both!"

5
Alfred Temple, who is the
model boy of the village

       ...... Carl Goetz

6
The juvenile pariah of the
village, with whom Tom
is under strict orders not
to play

Huckleberry Finn .. Robert Gordon

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"Say, I can lick you!"

8
"I'd like to see you 
      try it!"

9
"You think you're some
now, don't you? ... Oh,
what a hat!"

10
"Say, if you give me any
more of your sass, I'll
take and bounce a
rock off'n your head!"

11
"I dare you to step over 
that. Anybody that'll
take a dare will steal
sheep!"

12
"Holler 'nuff!"

13
"Holler 'nuff!"

14
"'Nuff!"

15
The enemy's mother

16
"You're a bad, vicious 
child! Go away at 
once!"

17
The next day is Saturday,
and there is a song in
every heart but Tom's

18
"I dasn't, Marse Tom.
Ole missis, she'd t'ar
de head off'n me.
'Deed she would!"

19
"If you will - I'll show 
   you my sore toe!"

20
Jim is only human; this
attraction is too much!

21
And - the free boys
are going fishing -

22
- while Joe Harper pretends
he is a Mississippi river
steamboat

      .......Antrim Short

23
At this dark and 
hopeless moment,
Tom has a great
and magnificent
inspiration!

24
"Hi-yi! You got to work,
      ain't you?"

25
"Do you mean to let 
  on you like it?"

26
"Like it? I ought to like
it! Does a boy get a
chance to whitewash
a fence every day?"

27
"Say, Tom, let me
whitewash a little?"

28
"Aunt Polly's awful par-
ticular about this fence.
There ain't one boy in
a thousand - maybe a
hun'red thousand - can
do it the way it's got 
to be done!"

29
"Lemme try! Say - I'll
give you the core of 
my apple!"

30
"I'll give you all of it!"

31
- and Tom has discovered a 
great law of human nature;
namely, in order to make a
man or a boy covet a thing,
it is only necessary to make 
it difficult to attain!

32
"The fence is all done,
         aunt."

33
"Don't lie to me, Tom.
I can't bear to hear it!"

34
"Tom, what you earn
by honest effort and
without sin has the
best flavor."

35
     A new girl in town

Becky Thatcher ... Clara Horton

36
 Sunday dawns upon
the peaceful village

37
But this day, too
brings its trials

38
When Mary is finished with 
Tom, he is a man and a
brother - and fully as
uncomfortable as he looks!

39
Inspired by Becky's
presence, Tom finds
a use for his ill-gotten
wealth

40
The Widow Douglas, a
lady of wealth and
distinction, in whose
class Tom is a disturbing
element

Widow Douglas . Helen Gilmore

41
The children begin
   to show off

42
The superintendent is
  also showing off

43
"Has any little boy or
girl won a Bible prize
this week?"

44
It's Tom's turn now
   to show off

45
Is it possible that the
learned Judge is showing
off, too?

46
"No doubt, you know
the names of the twelve
disciples. Tell us the
names of the first two
who were appointed."

47
"Answer the gentleman,
       Thomas."

48
"David and Goliath!"

49
Let us draw the curtain 
of charity over the rest 
of this scene!

50
"My - sore - toe's -
    mortified!"

51
"It seemed mortified. It
hurt so I didn't mind
my tooth at all!"

52
"Thomas Sawyer, why
   are you late?"

53
And the schoolmaster
punishes bad boys by
making them sit with
the girls!

54
"I stopped - to - talk with
    Huckleberry Finn!"

55
"Now, sir, you may go 
and sit with the girls!"

56
"I know your name.
It's Thomas Sawyer."

57
"That's the name they
lick me by. I'm Tom,
when I'm good. You
call me Tom, will you?"

58
At noon, every one goes
home to dinner - except
Tom and Becky

59
"Say, Becky, how'd you 
 like to be engaged?"

60
"I don't know. What's
      it like?"

61
"'Tain't like anything!
You only - tell a boy
you'll marry him; then
you kiss, an' that's all.
Anybody can do it!"

62
"Do you remember what 
I wrote on the slate?"

63
"I - love - you!"

64
"Being engaged's ever so
gay! Why, when me 
and Amy Lawrence -"

65
His most cherished 
possession - a brass
door-knob

66
Supper-time the same day

67
"Now, that pet model, Sid,
  is going to catch it!"

68
"Hold on! Whatcher
belting me for? Sid
broke it!"

69
"Well! I guess you 
didn't get a lick 
amiss!"

70
Far into the night, Tom
broods over "man's
inhumanity to man"!

71
If he should die, would
SHE be sorry, or would
she turn coldly away like
all the hollow world?

72
And thus she should see
him when she looked out
upon the glad morning!

73
The next morning, Tom's
mind is made up. He
will lead a life of crime!
They have driven him
to it!

74
"Two souls with but a 
   single thought -"

75
"We're goin' to be
pirates, on a desert 
island, and start 
tonight!"

76
"Sure, we gotta have
names! I'll be Tom
Sawyer, The Black 
Avenger of the
Spanish Main!"

77
"You'll be Huck Finn,
  The Red-Handed!"

78
"Your name is Joe
Harper, The Terror 
of the Seas!"

79
That night - the great
      adventure!

80
"Hist! The countersign!"

81
"B-l-o-o-d!"

82
About 2 A. M.

83
"Who cares? It's bully to 
be a pirate! You don't
have to go to school
and wash, and all that
blamed foolishness!"

84
The alarm

85
"Oh, Mis' Sawyer, my
Joe wasn't home last
night, and I'm that
scairt!"

86
"Me an' my pardner
saw the boys startin'
down the river."

87
Catfish for breakfast - fresh
   from the Mississippi

88
"Why, it's just as easy!
If I'd know'd this was
all, I'd have learned
long ago!"

89
"The boys must be 
drowned! We found
the raft drifting five
miles down the
river!"

90
"Say, I wish the fellows
   could see us now!"

91
"I - I lost my knife. I'm
   going to find it!"

92
"I'll help you!"

93
Something seems to tell 
Huck that if they have
had any trouble they
have got rid of it!

94
   Tom finds home almost
as moist as the Mississippi

95
"As I was sayin', he
warn't bad, so to say
- only mischeevous!"

96
"The Lord gave and the
Lord has taken away,
but it's so hard! Only
last Saturday my Joe
busted a fire-cracker 
under my nose and I
knocked him sprawling!"

97
"If the bodies ain't 
found, the funerals
will be preached
Sunday morning!"

98
With the rising sun -

99
"What does this writin'
      say, Joe?"

100
"- and when they get to
 preaching about us -"

101
Then came the day
 of the funerals

102
"Sing!"

103
"Please, Tom, won't you 
give me the brass door-
knob?"

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