Support the Monkey! Tell All your Friends and Teachers

Help / FAQ



<- Previous | First | Next ->
PinkMonkey.com Digital Library - PinkMonkey.com-The Adventures of Tom Sawyer

Table of Contents

impressiveness being at an end; for even the gravest sentiments were constantly
being received with a smothered burst of unholy mirth, under cover of some
remote pew-back, as if the poor parson had said a rarely facetious thing. It was a
genuine relief to the whole congregation when the ordeal was over and the
benediction pronounced.

Tom Sawyer went home quite cheerful, thinking to himself that there was some
satisfaction about divine service when there was a bit of variety in it. He had but
one marring thought; he was willing that the dog should play with his pinch-
bug, but he did not think it was upright in him to carry it off.


<- Previous | First | Next ->
PinkMonkey.com Digital Library - PinkMonkey.com-The Adventures of Tom Sawyer Table of Contents



All Contents Copyright All rights reserved.
Further Distribution Is Strictly Prohibited.

About Us | Advertising | Contact Us | Privacy Policy | Home Page


Search:
Keywords:
In Association with Amazon.com