The Adventures of Tom Sawyer
The Adventures of Tom Sawyer
by Mark Twain
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The Adventures of Tom Sawyer Conclusion Summary

  • Twain explains that, since The Adventures of Tom Sawyer is a book about a child, he has to stop right here, since he can think of no better place.
  • According to him, most of the characters are living and happy and successful.
  • He doesn't want to say anymore, though, because maybe, sometime soon, there might be a sequel coming to a bookstore near you.

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