As to the Gifted, I have heard Tom say often, that he was certain he was in a fit, and had it inwardly.
So we was all quiet and still, Jim and me being scared, and Tom busy.
Tom said we was right in the midst of the Arabian Nights now.
It made him sick to listen to Tom, and to hear the people say "My land!"
They went for me and Jim by the thousand, but not a one of them lit on Tom.
Some called him Tom Sawyer the Traveler, and that just swelled him up fit to bust.
DO you reckon Tom Sawyer was satisfied after all them adventures?
Why, it seemed just like home; it 'most seemed as if I had been born and raised in it, and Jim and Tom said the same.
Amory felt a stir of most unnecessary emotion; he understood Tom.
Tom Sawyer was stumped; he see Jim had got him where he couldn't budge.