The story Tom Sawyer by Mark Twain has many relatable and influential characters. The most influential and defiantly relatable is a Smart, Mischievous and trouble making boy named Tom Sawyer. Tom Sawyer is a boy who can be found in all of us, throughout this story everybody can relate to him which makes him a likable character. He uses his smarts to get out of chores, which I know everybody has done, to sneak out with friends and, to make life easier.
While using his smarts he usually gets in trouble. Trouble does not stop Tom Sawyer from being the fun loving boy his is. His smarts may get him into trouble but at the same time they can get him out of trouble. One time he uses his smarts to get work done and impress his aunt. His chore was to white wash the fence in his back yard. The fence was 9 feet tall and 30 meters in length. He knew this chore would take a very long time. He got started painting the fence until boy named Jim walked up next to him. He used his way of word and his trickery to get Jim to whitewash the fence. Later on another boy named Ben walked up, Tom used his same tricks to get him to whitewash the fence. The way this story is written really makes you feel like you are there. The vivid detail and expanding the moments really helps bring out Toms troubles.
Through the moment a few second will take up a whole entire page. Mark Twain describes the moment with words such as "trifled" and "galled" to really get you thinking about what's happening. All these factors help paint a picture in my mind. Dialogue helps create that pictures, the way Mark Twain uses diablo use is incredible. The dialogue he uses is the exact same dialogue people would use in really life. Capitalizing words for emphasis and using words that aren't always grammatically correct but, that people use while talking. Tom Sawyer is on of the most well written and related books I have come across.