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"When she saw his clothes were in her resolution to turn his Saturday holiday into captivity at hard labor became ad-amantine in its firmness" (Twain 8).
"No- isn't that so? Oh come, now- lemme just try" (Twain 12).
"And when the middle of the afternoon came, from being a poor-poverty stricken boy in the morning, Tom was literally rolling in wealth" (Twain).
Aunt Polly punished Tom by making him whitewash the fence for hours. It wasn't a fun job and Tom planned on getting himself out of the chore.
Tom convinced a boy from town, Ben, to whitewash the fence for him by saying only certain people could do it well. This made Ben beg Tom to let him do it.
By the end of the day, Tom not only got the whole fence whitewashed by other people, but he also gained from it. The boys who whitewashed the fence gave Tom gifts for letting them wash the fence.
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