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The Adventures of Tom Sawyer by Mark Twain

Mark Twain’s novel The Adventures of Tom Sawyer narrates the tale of an adventurous, mischievous and imaginative lad who never seems to let go any opportunity of an adventure. Typically, the novel is anchored within a foundation of dissimilar themes which includes the aspects of love, rebellion, imagination as well as superstition. In essence one of the profound themes of the novel revolves or rather depicts the novel as a childhood romance. From a common perspective it is almost certain that there are cases of correlated emotions overwhelming the young boy when he first encountered Becky Thatcher as the author infers: “He worshiped this new angel with furtive eye, till he saw that she had discovered him; then he pretended he did not know she was present, and began to “show-off” in all sorts of absurd boyish ways, in order to win her admiration.”

Carefully, by selecting the theme of love, the author has intricately chosen his words with care. This can be allied to the fact that he intends not to disrupt the flow of the novel as well as artistic content associated with love including the illustration of the power and pain of love. Another tremendous theme that is also critically developed ranks within the principles of imagination. This can be correlated to the fact that the author distinctively illustrates a boy whose life was encompassed by adventures as well as narrow escapes, and it is here that the author introduces the boys unending imaginations. The manner the story is written in, principally through the…

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