Chapter no 1: TOM PLAYS,FIGHTS AND HIDES
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In the first chapter, Aunt Polly is introduced as a religious, pious, and stubborn mannered lady; Tom's first impression leaves the reader thinking he is mischievous, lazy, and irresponsible. But as the story unfolds, Twain develops both Aunt Polly and Tom into multi-dimensional characters whose emotions and actions are somewhat unpredictable.
Sid is attention seeking... the "perfect" child, who isn't as perfect as he seems. Sid enjoys getting Tom in trouble, and he also loves the fact that he can blame his own misdoings on his older brother.