作者:(美) 馬克·吐溫

內容簡介: 湯姆幼年喪母,由姨媽收養。聰明頑皮的湯姆受不了姨媽和學校老師的管束,常常逃學闖禍。一天深夜,他與好朋友哈克貝里·芬到墓地玩耍,無意中目睹了一起兇殺案的發生。因為害怕被兇手發現他們知道這件事,湯姆、哈克貝里帶著另一個小伙伴一起逃到一座荒島上做起了“海盜”,弄得家里以為他們被淹死了,結果他們卻出現在了自己的“葬禮”上。經過激烈的思想斗爭,湯姆終于勇敢地站出來,指證了兇手。不久之后,在一次野餐活動中,他與他心愛的姑娘貝姬在一個巖洞里迷了路,整整三天三夜饑寒交迫,面臨著死亡的威脅……

作者簡介:馬克·吐溫于1835年出生于佛羅里達州,1910年去世。他的真名是塞繆爾·克萊門斯,美國內戰開始前,他是密西西比河船上的一名領航員。也是一個報紙撰稿人和作家,他的小說《湯姆·索亞歷險記》和《哈克貝利·費恩歷險記》非常著名。

湯姆·索亞歷險記:Chapter 12012-07-31
There! I might a thought of that closet. What you been doing in there? Nothing. Nothing! Look at your hands. And look at your mouth. What is that truck?
湯姆·索亞歷險記:Chapter 22012-07-30
SATURDAY morning was come, and all the summer world was bright and fresh, and brimming with life. There was a song in every heart; and if the heart was young the music issued at the lips.
湯姆·索亞歷險記:Chapter 32012-07-30
TOM presented himself before Aunt Polly, who was sitting by an open window in a pleasant rearward apartment, which was bedroom, breakfast-room, dining-room, and library, combined.
湯姆·索亞歷險記:Chapter 42012-07-28
THE sun rose upon a tranquil world, and beamed down upon the peaceful village like a benediction.
湯姆·索亞歷險記:Chapter 52012-07-28
ABOUT half-past ten the cracked bell of the small church began to ring, and presently the people began to gather for the morning sermon.
湯姆·索亞歷險記:Chapter 62012-07-26
MONDAY morning found Tom Sawyer miserable. Monday morning always found him so because it began another week's slow suffering in school. He generally began that day with wishing he had had no intervening holiday, it made the going into captivity and fetters again so much more odious.
湯姆·索亞歷險記:Chapter 72012-07-26
THE harder Tom tried to fasten his mind on his book, the more his ideas wandered.
湯姆·索亞歷險記:Chapter 82012-07-25
TOM dodged hither and thither through lanes until he was well out of the track of returning scholars, and then fell into a moody jog. He crossed a small branch two or three times, because of a prevailing juvenile superstition that to cross water baffled pursuit.
湯姆·索亞歷險記:Chapter 92012-07-25
AT half-past nine, that night, Tom and Sid were sent to bed, as usual. They said their prayers, and Sid was soon asleep. Tom lay awake and waited, in restless impatience.
湯姆·索亞歷險記:Chapter 102012-07-24
THE two boys flew on and on, toward the village, speechless with horror. They glanced backward over their shoulders from time to time, apprehensively, as if they feared they might be followed.
湯姆·索亞歷險記:Chapter 112012-07-24
CLOSE upon the hour of noon the whole village was suddenly electrified with the ghastly news. No need of the as yet undreamed-of telegraph; the tale flew from man to man, from group to group, from house to house, with little less than telegraphic speed.
湯姆·索亞歷險記:Chapter 122012-07-23
ONE of the reasons why Tom's mind had drifted away from its secret troubles was, that it had found a new and weighty matter to interest itself about.
湯姆·索亞歷險記:Chapter 132012-07-23
TOM'S mind was made up now. He was gloomy and desperate. He was a forsaken, friendless boy, he said; nobody loved him; when they found out what they had driven him to, perhaps they would be sorry;
湯姆·索亞歷險記:Chapter 142012-07-21
WHEN Tom awoke in the morning, he wondered where he was. He sat up and rubbed his eyes and looked around. Then he comprehended. It was the cool gray dawn, and there was a delicious sense of repose and peace in the deep pervading calm and silence of the woods.
湯姆·索亞歷險記:Chapter 152012-07-21
A FEW minutes later Tom was in the shoal water of the bar, wading toward the Illinois shore. Before the depth reached his middle he was half-way over; the current would permit no more wading, now, so he struck out confidently to swim the remaining hundred yards.
湯姆·索亞歷險記:Chapter 162012-07-20
AFTER dinner all the gang turned out to hunt for turtle eggs on the bar. They went about poking sticks into the sand, and when they found a soft place they went down on their knees and dug with their hands. Sometimes they would take fifty or sixty eggs out of one hole. They were perfectly round white things a trifle smaller than an English walnut.
湯姆·索亞歷險記:Chapter 172012-07-20
BUT there was no hilarity in the little town that same tranquil Saturday afternoon. The Harpers, and Aunt Polly's family, were being put into mourning, with great grief and many tears.
湯姆·索亞歷險記:Chapter 182012-07-19
Id know it better if you acted more like it. I wish now Id thought, said Tom, with a repentant tone; but I dreamt about you, anyway. Thats something, aint it?
湯姆·索亞歷險記:Chapter 192012-07-19
TOM arrived at home in a dreary mood, and the first thing his aunt said to him showed him that he had brought his sorrows to an unpromising market: Tom, Ive a notion to skin you alive!
湯姆·索亞歷險記:Chapter 202012-07-18
THERE was something about Aunt Polly's manner, when she kissed Tom, that swept away his low spirits and made him lighthearted and happy again. He started to school and had the luck of coming upon Becky Thatcher at the head of Meadow Lane.
湯姆·索亞歷險記:Chapter 212012-07-18
VACATION was approaching. The schoolmaster, always severe, grew severer and more exacting than ever, for he wanted the school to make a good showing on Examination day.
湯姆·索亞歷險記:Chapter 222012-07-16
TOM joined the new order of Cadets of Temperance, being attracted by the showy character of their regalia. He promised to abstain from smoking, chewing, and profanity as long as he remained a member.
湯姆·索亞歷險記:Chapter 232012-07-16
AT last the sleepy atmosphere was stirred and vigorously: the murder trial came on in the court. It became the absorbing topic of village talk immediately. Tom could not get away from it.
湯姆·索亞歷險記:Chapter 242012-07-15
TOM was a glittering hero once more -- the pet of the old, the envy of the young. His name even went into immortal print, for the village paper magnified him. There were some that believed he would be President, yet, if he escaped hanging.
湯姆·索亞歷險記:Chapter 252012-07-15
THERE comes a time in every rightlyconstructed boy's life when he has a raging desire to go somewhere and dig for hidden treasure.

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