The Adventures of Tom Sawyer, Part 2.

By Mark Twain

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...THE ADVENTURES OF TOM SAWYER
...

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...good boy."

"All right! What is it, Mary, tell me what it is."

"Never you mind, Tom....

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...filled his life with bitterness.] Then Mary got out a suit of
his clothing that had...

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...were of a pattern--restless, noisy, and troublesome. When they
came to recite their lessons, not one...

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...curved forward abreast the corners of his
mouth--a fence that compelled a straight lookout ahead, and...

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...loving gaze. But
when he saw this small new-comer his soul was all ablaze with bliss...

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...was thick with paper wads
and the murmur of scufflings. And above it all the great...

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...all (she thought).

Tom was introduced to the Judge; but his tongue was tied, his breath
would...

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...the cracked bell of the small church began to
ring, and presently the people began to...

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...it reached
a certain point, where it bore with strong emphasis upon the topmost
word and then...

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...whole nature
resented it; he considered additions unfair, and scoundrelly. In the
midst of the prayer a...

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...the aisle and lit on its back, and the hurt finger
went into the boy's mouth....

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...sprang into its master's lap; he flung it
out of the window, and the voice of...

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...Sid slept on unconscious.

Tom groaned louder, and fancied that he began to feel pain in...

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...your tooth?"

"One of them's loose, and it aches perfectly awful."

"There, there, now, don't begin that...

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...lopped out of its brim; his coat,
when he wore one, hung nearly to his heels...

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...got to go
all by yourself, to the middle of the woods, where you know there's...

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...pap. Pap says so his own
self. He come along one day, and he see she...

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...seat with
business-like alacrity. The master, throned on high in his great
splint-bottom arm-chair, was dozing, lulled...

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...refused to notice; but her human curiosity presently began to
manifest itself by hardly perceptible signs....

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...moments, and finally moved away to his throne without saying a
word. But although Tom's ear...

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...fullest benefit of
the tick. So he put Joe's slate on the desk and drew a...

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...ear:

"Put on your bonnet and let on you're going home; and when you get to
the...

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...consent, and passed his arm
about her waist and whispered the tale ever so softly, with...

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...did not. Then he began
to feel badly and fear that he was in the wrong....