After autobiographical works like The Innocents Abroad (1869) and Roughing It (1872), this book was Mark Twain’s debut novel that reflected the author’s own experiences of youth and adulthood. He even chose to name his protagonist after a fireman whom he had met in San Francisco in 1863.
Twain presents a sharp social commentary on 19th- century American life through Tom’s tale of childhood resentment against societal hypocrisies.
|Title||THE ORIGINALS THE ADVENTURES OF TOM SAWYER (UNABRIDGED CLASSICS)||Height|
|Publisher||Om Books International||Pages|