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Mark Twains first attempt to write a novel on his own is told from the third person perspective and describes the adventures of a young tom Sawyer and his friends who seek out adventure at every opportunity.
The various scenarios include skipping school, witnessing a murder, first kisses with girls, running away, getting lost and treasure hunting.
The theme of social criticism is present throughout the novel and carries over into it's sequel Huckleberry Finn.
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