The Adventures of Tom Sawyer Questions and Answers
by Mark Twain

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Compare and contrast Tom and Sidney from The Adventures of Tom Sawyer.

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Tom Sawyer is a bit of a scamp, a young boy who's always getting into some kind of trouble or other. Whether it's playing hooky to go swimming or raiding the pantry, Tom's usually up to no good, leading his Aunt Polly an absolute dog's life as she tries valiantly to keep her errant nephew under control.

Tom's half-brother Sid really couldn't be more different. Something of a goodie-two-shoes, there's no way in a million years he'd ever dream of getting up to mischief. Not only...

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