Original Illustrated Version By Mark Twain

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arrived at home in a dreary mood, and the first thing his aunt said to him showed him that he had brought his sowows to an unprom­ising market:
Tom, I've a notion to skin you alive! "
"Auntie, what have I done? " " Well, you've done enough. Here I go over to Sereny Harper, like an old softy, expecting I'm going to make her believe all that rubbage about that dream, when lo and be­hold you she'd found out from Joe that you was over here and heard all the talk we had that night. Tom I AUNT POIIX don't know what is to become of a boy that will act like that. It makes me feel so bad to think you could let me go to Sereny Harper and make such a fool of myself and never say a word."