“In 1894, Mark Twain in Tom Sawyer Abroad wrote, “We took him a blip in the back and knocked him off.””
“This method of producing a book may remind you of the way Tom Sawyer got Aunt Pollys fence whitewashed.”
“American Claimant (1892), Tom Sawyer Abroad (1894),”
“They staged cheerful vignettes: we watched as a couple of locals dressed up like Tom Sawyer tried to fill their Mason jars in the gutter, catching the “liquor” poured out into the street by the revenooer and stealing away for a drink of the old mountain dew.”
Looking for tweets for Tom Sawyer.