Tom Sawyer The main character of the novel

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Tom Sawyer  The main character of the novel. Everything revolves around him, and, except for a few  brief chapters, he is present in every chapter. Aunt Polly  Tom's aunt and legal guardian. She loves Tom dearly, but she does not know how to  control him. Sidney  Tom's half brother who plays the role of the obedient boy but who is, in reality, a sneak and a  tattletale. Mary  Tom's cousin. She likes Tom very much but wants to change him and resorts to bribing him to  be good. Becky Thatcher  The pretty new girl to whom Tom is attracted. When trapped in the cave, she  proves to be resolute and worthy of Tom's affections. Huckleberry Finn (Huck)  The son of the town drunk, Huck has been the outcast from society his  entire life. The adults look upon him as a disgrace and a bad influence; the youngsters look at him  with envy because he has complete freedom to do whatever he likes.
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This note was uploaded on 11/23/2011 for the course ENG 101 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '08 term at Texas State.

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