anonymous
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can you help me write an introduction paragraph with a hook and thesis statement for a book review of tom sawyer please
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anonymous
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@Disturbed_Puppy
anonymous
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can u send me a file like a templet or a starter?
anonymous
  • anonymous
sorry i have nto read this yet
anonymous
  • anonymous
Ok On tom Sawyer.. haven't read it sorry but i'll still help tell me what it's about ok?
anonymous
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i have the main facts that need to go in im attaching them now
anonymous
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anonymous
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when is this due hun?
anonymous
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i can try to get it half by to marrow!?!
anonymous
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yuo when is it due?
anonymous
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in an hour:( im like crying right now please help me
anonymous
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O.O
anonymous
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oooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooohhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh well i can give u info but i am unable to print!!
anonymous
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please help me as much as u possibly can asap i will do anything i will give u as many medals as u want
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anonymous
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@Disturbed_Puppy
anonymous
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dont worry about it just glad to help!!
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@$J-Bae$01
anonymous
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yup i'll help!
anonymous
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thank you guys sooooooooooo much
anonymous
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he novel opens with Aunt Polly scouring the house in search of her nephew, Tom Sawyer. She finds him in the closet, discovers that his hands are covered with jam, and prepares to give him a whipping. Tom cries out theatrically, “Look behind you!” and when Aunt Polly turns, Tom escapes over the fence. After Tom is gone, Aunt Polly reflects ruefully on Tom’s mischief and how she lets him get away with too much. Tom comes home at suppertime to help Aunt Polly’s young slave, Jim, chop wood. Tom also wants to tell Jim about his adventures. During supper, Aunt Polly asks Tom leading questions in an attempt to confirm her suspicion that he skipped school that afternoon and went swimming instead. Tom explains his wet hair by saying that he pumped water on his head and shows her that his collar is still sewn from the morning, which means that he couldn’t have taken his shirt off to swim. Aunt Polly is satisfied, but Sid, Tom’s half-brother, points out that the shirt thread, which was white in the morning, is now black. Tom has resewn the shirt himself to disguise his delinquency. Tom goes out of the house furious with Sid, but he soon forgets his anger as he practices a new kind of whistling. While wandering the streets of St. Petersburg, his town, he encounters a newcomer, a boy his own age who appears overdressed and arrogant. Tom and the new arrival exchange insults for a while and then begin wrestling. Tom overcomes his antagonist and eventually chases the newcomer all the way home. When he returns home in the evening, Tom finds Aunt Polly waiting for him. She notices his dirtied clothes and resolves to make him work the next day, a Saturday, as punishment.
anonymous
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ch1 i hope i typed the right stuffz?
anonymous
  • anonymous
well when i did my book review i wrote an essay and big presentation but that was when i was in public school r u in public? or online..i'm on k12 so what i did was made an essay 1-2 pages and make sure u check it! and i put some pictures of the book on there and made a little slide show...i got an A
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On Saturday morning, Aunt Polly sends Tom out to whitewash the fence. Jim passes by, and Tom tries to get him to do some of the whitewashing in return for a “white alley,” a kind of marble. Jim almost agrees, but Aunt Polly appears and chases him off, leaving Tom alone with his labor. A little while later, Ben Rogers, another boy Tom’s age, walks by. Tom convinces Ben that whitewashing a fence is great pleasure, and after some bargaining, Ben agrees to give Tom his apple in exchange for the privilege of working on the fence. Over the course of the day, every boy who passes ends up staying to whitewash, and each one gives Tom something in exchange. By the time the fence has three coats, Tom has collected a hoard of miscellaneous treasures. Tom muses that all it takes to make someone want something is to make that thing hard to get. ch2 continue...
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ch3.. Aunt Polly is pleasantly surprised to find the work done, and she allows Tom to go out in the late afternoon. On his way, he pelts Sid with clods of dirt in revenge for his treachery in the matter of the shirt collar. He then hastens to the town square, where a group of boys are fighting a mock battle. Tom and his friend Joe Harper act as generals. Tom’s army wins the battle. On his way home for dinner, Tom passes the Thatcher house and catches sight of a beautiful girl. He falls head over heels in love with her. Quickly forgetting his last love, a girl named Amy Lawrence, Tom spends the rest of the afternoon “showing off” on the street. The girl tosses him a flower, and, after some more showing off, Tom reluctantly returns home. At dinner, Sid breaks the sugar bowl, and Tom is blamed. Tom’s mood changes, and he wanders out after dinner feeling mistreated and melodramatic, imagining how sorry Aunt Polly would be if he turned up dead. Eventually, he finds his way back to the beautiful girl’s house and prepares to die pitifully beneath her window. Just then, a maid opens the window and dumps a pitcher of water on his head. Tom scurries home and goes to bed as Sid watches in silence.
anonymous
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is this of any help?
anonymous
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im in k12 do u still have ur report
anonymous
  • anonymous
i am in connections and no i never did a report on this book...
anonymous
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it doesnt have to be on tom sawyer it just has to be a book review on any book
anonymous
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anonymous
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ah well no still i dont have the copy its on my drive at home were it is quite usful *sarcasm* sorry
anonymous
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acualy i might did u read the wild side dean konts?
anonymous
  • anonymous
no but that doesnt matter its not for a grade its just so my techer can have a story on her desk in 45 min
anonymous
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ohhhhhhhh....well then
anonymous
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any book! do one on something sime like idk umm...what have u read that u have liked?
anonymous
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well i cant really do ur work 4 u mate i can help
anonymous
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a book review is were u review all u have to do is write ehy u liked the book, and if u recomend it 2 someone, y u would recommend it 2 some1 and ur pretty much done use big words!
anonymous
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can u show me a book review u guys have written
anonymous
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nah ud co[y
anonymous
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i would but i couldn't cuz im not at home right now
anonymous
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????? what does that mean
anonymous
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just like rating the book u choose one then give it like 5 stars and explain y u give it that rating
anonymous
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please i will ANYTHING!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
anonymous
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I WILL DO ANYTHING
anonymous
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OR CAN SOMEONE JUST HELP ME WRITE THE INTRODUCTION PARAGRAPH PLZ
anonymous
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i can help but u do half and send me it and i wlii finish deal
anonymous
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well can u just please help me i just want to add this sentence i there Toms attitude and views on life, make him one of the most reconized characters in all of American literature.
anonymous
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sounds like a pretty good start!
anonymous
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ca u help me
anonymous
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i am i said id help finish if u started
anonymous
  • anonymous
i started now id dont know what else to write. what is a hook and can you write that please
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@Disturbed_Puppy

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