- 1 How does Tom feel about Sunday School?
- 2 What does Tom do for Sunday school tickets?
- 3 How did Tom Sawyer feel about church?
- 4 How did Tom show off in Sunday school?
- 5 Why is Huck homeless?
- 6 Why did Tom enjoyed this Sunday’s sermon?
- 7 Why does Tom want a Bible in exchange for his tickets?
- 8 How did Tom get enough tickets to win a Bible?
- 9 What is ironic about the Sunday school scene where Judge Thatcher is a guest?
- 10 Who does Tom find in the woods?
- 11 How did Tom win Becky’s friendship?
- 12 When Tom was doing his lessons Why did he choose to memorize the Sermon on the Mount?
- 13 What does Sid do that Tom is blamed for?
- 14 What made Tom Sawyer off?
- 15 What did Tom pretend was the matter with him so he didn’t have to go to school?
How does Tom feel about Sunday School?
Tom, a very bright boy, has a great deal of difficulty learning his Sunday school lesson because he is bored and “takes no stock” is sermons, not even the famous “Sermon on the Mount.” The humor here is that Tom cannot learn the simple verses of the Beatitudes, yet, through his finagling of the red, yellow, and blue
What does Tom do for Sunday school tickets?
Tom sells his possessions to boys in return for their tickets. How does Tom get his tickets? The children can get a Bible.
How did Tom Sawyer feel about church?
He doesn’t care about being religious, but rather for the status that getting a Bible will give him. When tested by Judge Thatcher, he is extremely embarrassed that he doesn’t know the answer. Religion 3: Tom is obviously not the only person happy that something entertaining happened at church that day.
How did Tom show off in Sunday school?
As usual, Tom is the best show-off—by trading for tickets before class, Tom has accumulated enough to earn a Bible. Mr. Walters, Tom’s Sunday school teacher, is flabbergasted when Tom approaches with the tickets.
Why is Huck homeless?
From the beginning of the novel, Twain makes it clear that Huck is a boy who comes from the lowest levels of white society. His father is a drunk and a ruffian who disappears for months on end. Huck himself is dirty and frequently homeless. Because Huck is a child, the world seems new to him.
Why did Tom enjoyed this Sunday’s sermon?
Terms in this set (12) Why had Tom enjoyed this Sunday’s sermon? The dog had been pinched by the pinchbug so the dog raced around the church yapping and disrupting. Why did Tom sometimes wish that there were no weekends? Tom wished that there were no weekends so that Mondays would not be hard.
Why does Tom want a Bible in exchange for his tickets?
Tom is trading for tickets so he can have the glory of getting a Bible. He doesn’t care about the Bible itself, but the pride of getting one. Mr. Walters, the superintendent, gives a lecture on proper behavior, and then lawyer Thatcher, Jeff’s father, enters, with visitors.
How did Tom get enough tickets to win a Bible?
If Tom was not especially bright or hard working, how did he get enough tickets to win a Bible? He traded stuff for the tickets.
What is ironic about the Sunday school scene where Judge Thatcher is a guest?
What is ironic about the Sunday School scene where Judge Thatcher is a guest? The adults behave just as immature as the their pupils. It is ironic that Tom and Huck mistake the figures in the graveyard for “devils” because: the grown men become more frightening than if they were devils.
Who does Tom find in the woods?
Summary—Chapter 8: A Pirate Bold to Be For the rest of the afternoon, Tom wanders about in a forest, first deciding that he will become a pirate, next trying a futile charm to locate his lost marbles, and finally encountering Joe Harper.
How did Tom win Becky’s friendship?
Tom finally wins over Becky’s heart for good by, first, not telling on her for sneaking into the teachers desk and looking at the anatomy book and accidentally tearing one of its pages, and, second and most importantly, for taking the blame and getting whipped for it.
When Tom was doing his lessons Why did he choose to memorize the Sermon on the Mount?
Tom bent all of his energies to the memorizing of five verses, and he chose part of the Sermon on the Mount, because he could find no verses that were shorter.
What does Sid do that Tom is blamed for?
When Sid tries to steal some sugar, only to knock the bowl to the ground, Tom sits, ecstatic, waiting to see Sid get what he deserves. Instead, he gets blamed for the incident and hit again.
What made Tom Sawyer off?
Tom was so enraptured by her beauty that he promptly forgot all about his previous girlfriend. Tom’s first move was to act like he didn’t know Becky was watching him. Then he pretended he did not know she was present, and began to ‘show off’ in all sorts of absurd boyish ways, in order to win her admiration.
What did Tom pretend was the matter with him so he didn’t have to go to school?
What did Tom pretend was the matter with him so he didn’t have to go to school? He had a bad toe.