Tom And Huck Finn In Mark Twain's The Adventures Of Tom Sawyer

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In The Adventures of Tom Sawyer: Epilogue, Tom Sawyer and Huckleberry Finn have strikingly changed since the beginning of the book. The author of The Adventures of tom Sawyer, Mark Twain, shows Tom and Huck maturing a little at the end. That is the main purpose of this epilogue. In the story, Tom enjoyed the fame he got from testifying against Injun Joe. That is why he grew up to be a judge. Tom says excitedly, “I’m going to buy a new drum, and a sure-’nough sword, and a red necktie and a bull pup, and get married”. In the epilogue, I wrote that Tom was married to Becky Thatcher. At the end of the story, Huckleberry Finn runs away from the Widow Douglas, but Tom tells him to go back and he does. Huck said, “Well, I’ll go back to the

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