View Homework Help – Book Report Tom Sawyer.pdf from ENG 101 at Blackfoot High School. The Adventures of Tom Sawyer: By Mark Twain ABSTRACT The Adventures of Tom Sawyer by Mark Twain takes place in a The Adventures of Tom Sawyer is one of the best known books by Mark Twain (Samuel Clemens). The author drew on his own experiences as a boy growing up in the small river town of Hannibal, Missouri. The story’s setting is in St. Petersburg, Missouri, in 1840 prior to the Civil War. Twain located the town beside a river with woods, an island, and The Adventures of Tom Sawyer: A Book Report. Major Characters. Tom Sawyer Tom is the main character and protagonist in this book. He is about 11 or 12 years old, and Parents need to know that Mark Twain’s The Adventures of Tom Sawyer is one of this fantastic American author’s best-loved novels.
First published in 1876, it portrays childhood during the pre-Civil War 1840s in an affectionate but realistic way; Twain’s characters are full of wild ideas and antics that sometimes get them into trouble. I am proud to review Mark Twain’s Classic “The Adventures of Tom Sawyer” nowadays. Whether you haven’t read this book, please grab a copy right away and read it. Book Title: The Adventures of Tom Sawyer By Mark Twain Introduction. First published in 1876, The Adventures of Tom Sawyer is widely perceived as a children’s adventure story. The Adventures of Tom Sawyer. Author: Mark Twain. “Adventures of Tom Sawyer” is a novel that can be considered autobiography as it is based on the experiences of Mark Twain. The book wasn’t written at once.
The first part was written in the winter of 1872, the second part in the spring of 1875 and the last part in the summer of the same The Adventures of Tom Sawyer Book Report Homicide, superstition, religion, manipulation, racism: themes that hardly seem appropriate to find in a children’s book. Yet, these themes are all found in The Adventures of Tom Sawyer, written in 1876 by Mark Twain. Book Abstract. Aunt Polly searches and screams for Tom Sawyer: she wants to confront her nephew approximately some lacking jam. Tom, notwithstanding, is able to outwit his aunt and slips away. But Aunt Polly loves him so much she cannot be too harsh with him. She is concerned that he will play hooky that afternoon, and certain enough he does.