The Adventures of Tom Sawyer

give an account of the life led by the three young 'pirates' in jackson's island

all the things they had done

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The unadulterated landscape seems to reflect the innocence of the young boys as they live off the island. The eat berries, play, and sleep. Away from home, they care nothing for society and all its ills. Rather, they are pirates. The only things that disrupt the peacefulness of the boys are the boom of the cannons and their own thoughts of home.