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The Adventures of Tom Sawyer (Grade 6)

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The Adventures of Tom Sawyer

1. 
On which river is the book set?
  1. Missouri River
  2. Mississippi River
  3. Delaware River
  4. Ohio River
2. 
The novel is told from which point of view?
  1. First person
  2. Second person
  3. Third person limited
  4. Third person omniscient
3. 
Which narrative technique does Mark Twain use most to "show" his characters?
  1. Flashback
  2. Descriptions
  3. Dialogue
  4. Imagery
4. 
Which word best describes Tom at the beginning of the novel?
  1. Mischievous
  2. Obedient
  3. Honest
  4. Disgruntled
5. 
Which word best describes Tom at the end of the novel?
  1. Mischievous
  2. Obedient
  3. Honest
  4. Disgruntled
6. 
The Adventures of Tom Sawyer would best be described as:
  1. An historical fiction novel
  2. A coming of age novel
  3. A fiction novel
  4. A dramatic novel
7. 
Which character is the villain in the novel?
  1. Aunt Polly
  2. Huckleberry Finn
  3. Becky Thatcher
  4. Injun Joe
8. 
Why does Tom show off the most?
  1. To impress Becky Thatcher
  2. To annoy Aunt Polly
  3. To look cool to Huckleberry Finn
  4. To seek revenge on others
9. 
Why do Tom, Huck and Joe run away to Jackson's Island?
  1. To become clowns
  2. To become pirates
  3. To make people miss them
  4. To start a new life
10. 
What is the main conflict in the novel?
  1. Man vs. Self
  2. Man vs. Nature
  3. Man vs. Man
  4. Man vs. Society
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