The Adventures of Tom Sawyer
The late nineteenth century, the period during which Mark Twain wrote his most famous novels, was an era char-acterized by westward expansion. Large numbers of settlers were moving from the crowded cities of the East and from lands along the Mississippi River to the unexplored western frontier in search of better lives. Many of these settlers were Civil War veterans who, having traveled from home for the first time during the war, developed a taste for adventure in different parts of the country. Within a few decades, people of European descent had established homes across the American West, from the prairies of Nebraska to the coast of California. This era was also characterized by the Industrial Revolution, a period of social and economic change brought about by the development and increased use of machines and power tools, and the growth of cities. Industrialism cre-ated a class of wealthy business people, as well as a class of city laborers who struggled with poverty and terrible work-ing conditions.
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