The Adventures of Tom Sawyer, Part 6.

By Mark Twain

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...THE ADVENTURES OF TOM SAWYER
...

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...same way they go on round me. I reckon he's a goner.
Don't you feel sorry...

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...so, anyway. Well, we won't
talk about that. I don't want to make YOU feel bad;...

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...questioning, counsel for the prosecution said:

"Take the witness."

The prisoner raised his eyes for a moment,...

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...graveyard!"

"A little bit louder, please. Don't be afraid. You were--"

"In the graveyard."

A contemptuous smile flitted...

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...yet, notwithstanding
Injun Joe's flight had saved him the suffering of testifying in court.
The poor fellow...

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...do that way. They always hide it and
leave it there."

"Don't they come after it any...

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...side of Still-House branch?"

"I'm agreed."

So they got a crippled pick and a shovel, and set...

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...a good one. But won't the widow take it away from
us, Tom? It's on her...

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...of
thing's too awful, here this time of night with witches and ghosts
a-fluttering around so. I...

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...awhile, half expecting to
see a blue light flit past a window; then talking in a...

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...agreed."

So they played Robin Hood all the afternoon, now and then casting a
yearning eye down...

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...floor with their eyes to
knot-holes in the planking, and lay waiting, in a misery of...

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...curled down in the weeds and soon began to snore. His comrade
stirred him once or...

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...his comrade.

"Half-rotten plank--no, it's a box, I believe. Here--bear a hand and
we'll see what it's...

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...their strength was gone. The steps came
creaking up the stairs--the intolerable distress of the situation...

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...four times it
wasted to nothingness in his fingers as sleep forsook him and
wakefulness brought back...

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...I was to see
him, anyway."

"Well, so'd I; but I'd like to see him, anyway--and track...

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...try."

"You bet I'll follow him, if it's dark, Huck. Why, he might 'a' found
out he...