The Adventures of Tom Sawyer
The Adventures of Tom Sawyer
by Mark Twain
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The Adventures of Tom Sawyer Hopes, Plans, and Dreams Quotes Page 4

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"Tom, I wouldn't ever got into all this trouble if it hadn't 'a' ben for that money; now you just take my sheer of it along with your'n, and gimme a ten-center sometimes -- not many times, becuz I don't give a dern for a thing 'thout it's tollable hard to git -- and you go and beg off for me with the widder." (35.9)

Huck finds out that, sometimes, getting just what you had hoped for is actually the last thing you ever want.

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