The Adventures of Tom Sawyer, Part 4.

By Mark Twain

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...THE ADVENTURES OF TOM SAWYER
...

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...was tired of him
and wished him to go; if she felt that way, there was...

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...Joe Harper the Terror of the Seas." Tom
had furnished these titles, from his favorite literature.

"'Tis...

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...her
head right, and then lay on their oars. The river was not high, so
there was...

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...Joe.

"It's NUTS!" said Tom. "What would the boys say if they could see us?"

"Say? Well,...

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...they wear the bulliest clothes! Oh no! All gold and silver
and di'monds," said Joe, with...

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...upon great Nature's meditation. Beaded dewdrops
stood upon the leaves and grasses. A white layer of...

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...the "fox" kind came skurrying along, sitting up at
intervals to inspect and chatter at the...

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...miles
long and a quarter of a mile wide, and that the shore it lay closest...

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...him
come up to the top. Yes, and they take loaves of bread and put
quicksilver in...

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...as to how the others
might look upon a return to civilization--not right now, but--

Tom withered...

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...under the thwarts and waited, panting.

Presently the cracked bell tapped and a voice gave the...

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...now that he's gone! God'll take
care of HIM--never you trouble YOURself, sir! Oh, Mrs. Harper,...

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...being good
swimmers, would otherwise have escaped to shore. This was Wednesday
night. If the bodies continued...

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...he found himself fairly abreast the
island bar. He rested again until the sun was well...

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...and go through the original
performance once more. Finally it occurred to them that their naked
skin...

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...anybody to say I sha'n't go in. I mean to go home."

"Oh, shucks! Baby! You...

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...and said it was "splendid!" and said if he had
told them at first, they wouldn't...

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...about it, and some time when they're
around, I'll come up to you and say, 'Joe,...

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...glow that
vaguely revealed the foliage for a moment and then vanished. By and by
another came,...

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...crashing through the younger
growth; and the unflagging thunder-peals came now in ear-splitting
explosive bursts, keen and...

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...so it was not long before
they were stripped, and striped from head to heel with...

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...do over again, I wouldn't say
that--I wouldn't say it for the whole world. But he's...

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...and stood until the mourners were seated in the front
pew. There was another communing silence,...

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...shook the rafters Tom Sawyer the Pirate looked around upon the
envying juveniles about him and...