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Tom Sawyer Abroad & Tom Sawyer Detective

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Tom Sawyer Abroad & Tom Sawyer Detective

Tom Sawyer Abroad & Tom Sawyer Detective

Tom Sawyer Abroad & Tom Sawyer Detective

Mark Twain
Jual Novel Import: Tom Sawyer Abroad & Tom Sawyer Detective
Penulis: Samuel L. Clements (Mark Twain)
Tebal: 256 halaman
Harga: Rp. 20.000,-
Berat Buku: 140 g
Kulit Muka: Soft Cover Kondisi: Cukup, Lihat foto (Buku Bekas/Kondisi fisik sesuai foto)
Penerbit: Minister Classics Tahun: 1968 Cet.1
Bahasa: INGGRIS

Sinopsis

Ujung kanan atas cover depan sedikit sobek. Kertas halaman kecoklatan.Halaman pembuka terdapat Tandatangan.

Away We Go!

Remember 'all them adventures' of Huck's and Tom's and their friend Jim's? Well, a few years after HUCKLEBERRY FINN, Samuel L. Clemens (Mark Twain) sent the boys through two more merry tales - ones, as Jim might put it, you wouldn't want to miss for three dollars!

In TOM SAWYER ABROAD (1894), the intrepid trio are examining a balloon in St. Louis When it unexpectedly takes off, swooping them over the Atlantic to Africa. There, wild lions, Bedouins, sandstorms and mirages test their pluck, which abounds, and their common sense, which tends at times to be hilariously absent. By the time they sail up again from Mt. Sinai, they've been through a sweating, thirsting exploit the folks back home could never top.

In TOM SAWYER DETECTIVE (1896), Huck tells of a baffling diamond robbery and murder which Tom solves. It involves his Uncle Silas, who has actually confessed to the murder, and two corpses, only one of which is real. A final courtroom scene reveals Tom as a master sleuth indeed-and demonstrates once again the remarkable story-telling talents of America's foremost humorist.

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