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Characters were loosely based on Twain and his wife.
Tom's long-suffering guardian
The captain is quickly bored and disgruntled with heaven and heads back home in his ship.
These two are scam artists who trick Huck and Jim into helping them fleece innocent people
A murderer whose deed was witnessed by Tom and Huck
Jim and Huck escape north on a raft on the Mississsippi River. This book is a strong anti-slavery statement.
He was the owner of the frog in the title. The frog, Dan'l Webster, was loaded with buckshot so he would lose the contest.
Tom's older cousin, Aunt Polly's daughter
He visits earth and sends his observations of humanity back to his friends, the Archangels Michael and Gabriel. Published after his death, this is his most cynical work and very unlike the author we see in Tom Sawyer and Roughing It.
He was the garrulous narrator of the Jumping Frog story. He rambles on and on and rarely gets to the point of any one thing.
He is a blacksmith in 20th century Connecticut who wakes up in medieval England at the court of King Arthur.
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