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John  Greenman 


The  Adventures  of  Tom  Sawyer 

Ma  r  k  Twain 

Read    by    John  Greenman 




The  Adventures  of  Tom  Sawyer  (1876)  is  a  very  well-known  and  popular  story  concerning 
American  youth.  Mark  Twain's  lively  tale  of  the  scrapes  and  adventures  of  boyhood  is  set 
in  St.  Petersburg,  Missouri,  where  Tom  Sawyer  and  his  friend  Huckleberry  Finn  have  the 
kinds  of  adventures  many  boys  can  imagine:  racing  bugs  during  class,  impressing  girls, 
with  fights  and  stunts  in  the  schoolyard,  getting  lost  in  a  cave,  and  playing  pirates  on  the 

Mississippi  river.  (Wikipedia) 


1.  Chapter  1-2  26:38  10. 

2.  Chapter  3-4  32:58  11. 

3.  Chapter  5-6  31:51  12. 

4.  Chapter  7-8  21:20  13. 

5.  Chapter  9-10  23:35  14. 

6.  Chapter  11-12  19:01  15. 

7.  Chapter  13-15  35:24  16. 

8.  Chapter  16-17  24:56  17. 

9.  Chapter  18-20  28:55 

Chapter  21-23  31:37 

Chapter  24-25  14:37 

Chapter  26  15:08 

Chapter  27-28  11:27 

Chapter  29  14:46 

Chapter  30  16:59 

Chapter  31-32  23:14 

Chapter  33-35  33:46 

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design  by  Michael  Wolf. 
Artwork  (frontispiece  of  1st 
edition,  1876)  by  unknown 
artist.  Public  domain. 
Author's  portrait  by 
Mathew  Brady  (1871). 
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MARK  TWAIN  (1835  -  1910),  pseudonym  of  Samuel  Langhorne  Clemens,  was  an 
American  author  and  humorist.  Twain  is  most  noted  for  his  novels  Adventures  of 
Huckleberry  Finn,  which  has  since  been  called  the  Great  American  Novel,  and  The 
Adventures  of  Tom  Sawyer.  Twain  enjoyed  immense  public  popularity,  and  his  keen 
wit  and  incisive  satire  earned  him  praise  from  both  critics  and  peers.  Upon  his 
death  he  was  lauded  as  the  "greatest  American  humorist  of  his  age,"  and  William 
Faulkner  called  Twain  "the  father  of  American  literature".  (Wikipedia)