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汤姆索亚历险记英文读后感

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  篇一:汤姆索亚历险记英文读后感
  
  today, i was read the book which called “the adventures of tom sawyer.” this story is a。bout a clev。er boy called tom sawyer.
  
  this book describes the nineteenth century, the mississippi river in a small town people's lives, it ca。n be said。 at the time the united states ar。e a microcosm of social life. small characters tom sawyer an。d his junior pa。rtner and seriously childish words。 and deeds can give us deep insight. they hate priests pack of lie。s, and do not like boring school of education and dece。ntly adu。lt。s, and chi。ldren a rival show. they smart and l。ively , integrity and。 courage, espe。cially in some major events happened when, in a battle between justice。 and evil。, in the moment of crisis comes, they will not hesitate to come forward.
  
  i think tom sawyer is a brave boy. he always give。s his。 frie。nds courage。 in da。nger and he tries his。 best to help other people.
  
  of course we know, tom is a very naughty boy, and his aunt polly i。s often angry with him. but i think he also is a good boy. he always can make other people happy.
  
  peopl。e a。lways grow, besides height, body has grown stronger, and people’s th。oughts are lo。ng. your view on the world is different, sensible,。 an。d no longer childish. but people are getting better. don't like the adventures of the ruthless villains, and his quest do b。ad, people s。ee people hate. but at last he still las toman, got a starve。d to death in the cave.
  
  after reading the "adventures of tom sawy。er," i really envy tom to have such an in。teresting experi。ence. it seems this book with rel。ish, and even sleepless night。s.
  
  篇二:汤姆索亚历险记英文读后感
  
  I believe that one of the factors that makes a piece of literatur。e or even a movi。e a maste。rpiece is how well the reader can relate to the story. This is definitely a book everyone can relate to.
  
  The Adve。ntures of Tom Sawyer is a lit。e。rary masterpiece。s, written in 1876 by the famous author Mark。 Twain. Tom Sawyer i。s a mischievous young b。oy who lives in the small town on the Mississippi River called St. Petersburg. The stor。y line is simple, the book reads like a biography or a memoir o。f a。 summer in Tom Sawyer's life.
  
  Tom Sawyer seems to be the precursor。 of and the template for m。isfit kids such a。s Dennis the Menace, Malcolm in the Middl。e, and Calvin and Hobbs. What makes this s。tory great is that Tom Sawyer represe。nts everything that is great about childhood. The book is filled with。 Tom's。 adventures playing pirates and war with his frie。nd Joe Harper。. Tom has a trusted friend, Huck Finn, who few of the ad。ults approve of. The book is filled with ide。as of。 how the world works, such as how pirates and robbers w。ork, that are so innocent, they could only come from a child. It i。s a story filled with action, adventure。, ingenio。us ideas, love, and。 schoolyard politics. The wh。ole story is seemingly a complication of what people did or wish they did during their c。hildhood.
  
  The book is a little difficu。lt to read at first. Person。a。lly, it takes me a little while to get。 used to the 19th centu。ry。 dialect in the book. Other than referring to persons of African decent in derogatory terms (which I'm sure uses terms even。 young children a。lready。 know), the book would be an enjo。yable read for people of all ages. I highl。y reco。mmend this book for anyone looking to feel y。oung again, if just for a few hundred pages.
  
  篇。三:汤姆索亚历险记英文读后感
  
  The first impression that the boy Tom gave me was a naughty, mischievo。us boy, just as what Aunt Polly said。. He never lacked the curio。sity to explore。 new places, sometimes even riskin。g his life, whi。ch I did not dare to! There were som。e great adven。tures of him with Huck or Joe. Huck was an orphan, and Joe was Tom’s classmate. Everybody in the small village knew Tom, mainly for Tom’s—you know kind of。 gallan。try!
  
  I shou。ld tell you the adventures. The origin of the attempt was that Tom and Huck was getting curious to the world of outside, and they made an effort to run-away. However, when they were in t。he graveyard, some people appeared. They were I。njun Joe, Huck’s fath。er, named Potter, and a do。ctor. Tom。 an。d。 Huck q。uick。ly hid behind the bush, and they saw them digging the coffins out, probably finding something valuable. They did。 not realize t。hat what they witnessed was a murder! Tom and Huck were e。xtremely afraid, and they ran away rapidly. On the court, P。otte。r was being accused of the murderer; however, Tom decla。red that it was Injun Joe wh。o used Potter’s knife。 to k。ill the young doctor. On hearing this, Injun Joe broke the glass and。 ran away! This scared everybody, and Tom’s brother, Sid, said that he always heard Tom mumbli。ng something when he was asleep, an。d sometimes even shouting. Indeed, the accident was flut。tering everybody in the town with fear.
  
  Bef。ore, Tom once fell in l。ove with a girl called Lawrence. And he showed off in fr。ont of the girl, trying to win the girl’s heart, but Lawrence ignored Tom’s appearance, and it made Tom sad. At present, Tom went for another girl for Becky. Yet, when Becky knew that Tom once loved Lawr。ence (it was probably childish thoughts), she refused Tom. Tom go。t so depressed t。hat he resolutely committed the second escape.
  
  He made cont。act with Huck and Joe that afternoon, about where to meet, the code words of meeting, and the route, and so on and so forth. Eac。h of them b。ro。ught some food, and Huck brought some pipes (remind。 that Huck had no real home, and I had no idea。s where he got the things)。 At midnight, they met at the place, and they took a raft down the rive。r. After drifting f。o。r about several hour。s, they finally reached the desti。ny. There they lived。 for a。bo。ut several weeks, and while everybody thou。ght they were drowned, they had a great time. They were no problems of food or water shortages. They promised to be a pirate, and would live there forever.
  
  If you were out from your relatives for a long t。ime, wouldn’t you miss home?。 It。 was the sam。e for those children. Aft。er several weeks。, Joe felt t。hat he。 missed home very much, and Tom could not seem to stop him. On this, Tom brought J。oe and Huck his secret.
  
  On one night, when the rest of the b。oys fell asleep (of co。urse they slept outside), Tom crept from the camp, and h。eaded toward the town. He sne。aked to his aunt’s room, and hid under the b。ed, while everybody- Mary (T。om’s sister), S。id, Aunt Polly and Joe Harper’s mother were having a meeting.。 There were a。 lot of tears, about how the boys were killed, and how they woul。d treat the boys if they ever lived again, such things. Tom almost wanted to get o。u。t of the bed an。d hug。 Au。nt Polly, but he couldn’t. At last, everybody went to sleep. Tom went out from the bed, (www.www.xxxxx.xxx)an。d flew to the camp. T。hat was the secret— tha。t the boys will go to their own funeral!
  
  While th。e boys were outside, all of the people in the town w。ere discussing about the accidents. The town was immediately covered with a sense of doom. So the funeral was raised. E。verybody wore a black sui。t。, and they prayed something along with th。e。 priest. J。ust then, th。ey saw somebody entering the gate, and what they saw was unbelievable. Three young souls came out from their coffins and showed up in front of e。verybody! The change of the。 atmosphere was imaginable. Aunt Polly,。 Joe Harper’s。 mother, Ma。ry and Sid were astounded to find tha。t Tom came so vivid in front of th。em, and so Tom and Joe became a he。ro in the school, even in the town.  
  The real adventures of Tom were finding the treasures.

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