The Adventures of Tom Sawyer, Part 5.

By Mark Twain

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...THE ADVENTURES OF TOM SAWYER
...

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...Sid would have come and
DONE it, too. Tom, you'll look back, some day, when it's...

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...cream when she'd
throwed it out her own self--"

"Tom! The sperrit was upon you! You was...

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...comes. Go 'long Sid, Mary, Tom--take yourselves off--you've
hendered me long enough."

The children left for school,...

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...that was in him; and so, instead of winning him, it only "set
him up" the...

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...his flirtation with Amy with jubilant
self-satisfaction. And he kept drifting about to find Becky and...

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...grateful happiness, and his jealousy could bear no more of the
other distress. Becky resumed her...

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...rubbage
about that dream, when lo and behold you she'd found out from Joe that
you was...

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...hard lines in his aunt's face relaxed and a sudden tenderness
dawned in her eyes.

"DID you...

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...were
a boy, and imagining how he would trounce her if she were. He presently
encountered her...

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...mean if you want to! I know something that's going to happen.
You just wait and...

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...took his whipping and went back to his seat not at all
broken-hearted, for he thought...

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...lightning through Tom's brain. He sprang to his
feet and shouted--"I done it!"

The school stared in...

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...a few days, and there would be nothing to
interfere with the plan; the master always...

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...applause, but it died early.

"The Boy Stood on the Burning Deck" followed; also "The Assyrian...

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...Her
graceful form, arrayed in snowy robes, is whirling
through the...

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... And cold must be mine eyes, and heart, and tete,
...

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...the most "eloquent" thing he had ever listened to, and that
Daniel Webster himself might well...

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...to do a thing is the
surest way in the world to make a body want...

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...ever.

There were some boys-and-girls' parties, but they were so few and so
delightful that they only...

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...time seemed an entire age. When he got abroad
at last he was hardly grateful that...