The Question and Answer section for The Adventures of Tom Sawyer is a great resource to ask questions, find answers, and discuss the novel.
This story is notable for its use of a "frame device": in this case, an outside narrator-he gives the stage, so to speak, to a character who as actually present when the train wrecked-who then reappears at the end. Why is this device effective? What would
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Injun Joewas a wicked and devious character in the novel Tom Sawyer, by Mark Twain. Tom was relieved to know that Joe was dead, it was as if a weight was lifted off Tom's shoulders. Joe was stuck in McDougal’s Cave and tried using his bow...
On Sunday morning, Tom struggles to learn his Sunday school lesson. Cousin Mary, offers him a present if he can learn the lesson.