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The Adventurous Character Tom at Mark Twain's The Adventures of Tom Sawyer The needle pricked the finger to let the blood flow on to the calmness of pine shingle to populate the oath which was to keep them "mommy" (76) about the murder they had just witnessed. Mark Twain's novel The Adventures of Tom Sawyer (1985) takes place in the mid 1800's and tells the adventures of Tom Sawyers experiences. The experiences began with Tom and his friend, Huckleberry Fin, sneaking out and accidentally being witnesses to a murder. Then they promise never to tell a word of it. Through the book they forgot about the murder and decide to go and play with pirates and hunt for gold, but a trial about the murder finally comes, and it is haunting Tom as an innocent person, Muff Potter, is going to be executed. Tom opens his mouth to tell who the murderer was and then both Tom and his buddy are in danger of being the upcoming victims, but fate catches up with the murderer and he starves in a cave when the door is locked shut. The book's finale is Tom and Huck finding the torso of gold, which left them both flourish with wealth. Throughout the book, Twain uses a wonderful approach to creating the novel an excellent read due to the intriguing characterization of Tom Sawyer. The dominant techniques that Twain uses to describe Tom as an adventuresome young man are his physical appearance, his ideas, what others think of him, his actions, and his speech. Tom's look is the first element that enriches his personality. His look is always shifting. Tom begins most days resembles a washed up young guy in fine clothing, but it generally never failed that through Tom's adventures of his rough drama, fighting, mischief or bathing his garments would end t.. .