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October 2018

The Adventures Of Tom Sawyer

A literary analysis of superstition in Tom Sawyer   


“Conscience without judgement is superstition”

-Benjamin Whichcote

     Superstition is a way of life. In the book, The Adventures Of Tom Sawyer, by Mark Twain, superstition is very relevant in Tom’s daily life. Everyone has their own superstitions, Tom and his friends share their superstitions with each other and that ends up playing a big role in the day to day life of Tom and his friends. 

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Family Narrative Paragraph

How my brother helps me.



“The oldest sibling always knows things that the younger ones dont.”

-Mike Mills


    Older siblings are the ones that you can rely on for knowledge and help. My older brother is the one I go to for extra help in life. Sometimes I think I understand the math lesson, but when I get home and pull out the assignment and everything I learned that day just slips out of my mind. In these moments I know who I can always go to for help. My older brother.

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Tom Sawyer And Me

How I can relate to Tom Sawyer


”We don’t need to share the same opinions as others, but we need to be respectful”

-Taylor Swift


    When I heard about this assignment I immediately started racking my brain for ideas to write about. I kept trying to think of times I was rebellious or broke the rules on purpose, but I couldn’t think of anything. When I thought about it some more I realized that I can relate to Tom Sawyer on a lower level. In the way that I know what is right in my mind and I want that. I don’t want to listen to what some adult says if it doesn’t seem right to me.

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