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I. SPECIAL INFORMATIONS
This day UCM new stle FAB-Famous Author Book will starting installed the very famous book with choose one short story from Mart Twain ‘s the Adventure of Tom Sawyer , cmplete with the history and illustration of the writer and the book.Please comment your suggestion for this unique article. created br Dr Iwan S frm many vintage dcument and Book related to the writter and story, as about the Bowie knife.
II. BERITA KOLEKSI UNIK Dr Iwan S.
Halo kolektor Indonesia, khusus buat anda telah tersedia Berita Koleksi Unik, hari ini silahkan melihat dan membaca infrmasi tentang topik baru yaitu FAB-buku karangan pengarang terkenal, merupakan serial artikel lengkap dengan illustrasi sejarah pengarang dan terbitan buku yang terkenal hasil karangan penulis tersohr tersebut, buat serial pertama The Adventure of Tom sawyer karangan Mark Twain, buku ini sangat terkenal diluar negeri sehingga sepantasnya kolektor buku Indonesia dan kalangan pemuda dan anak Indnesia sebaiknya membacanya sehingga apabila memain kan game computer nantinya dapat berjalan dengan lancar serta meresap didalam kalbu. Saya sarankan agar seluruh pemain game kmputer sebelummemainkan gamenya lebih dulu cari cerita aslinya di uniquecollection.wrdpress.com blog ,klik Unique Collection book, atau FAB.-
III. COLLECTOR CHOICE
1. Dai Nippon Military Postcard
Please click Dai Nippn Military administration Post Card. consist the DN official card for Indonesia, Singapre,China,Japan and Korea.
2. The rare Ceramic Decoratin
Please click RCD-rare Ceramic decoration, RCD have installed the rare decoration of Ming Tiger ,Ming buffalo, Ming Mouse, Yuan fish celadon. later will installed Yuan deer, and Ming imperial chrysanthenium.
IV. UCM SHORT SHOWED
FAB : THE VINTAGE MARK TWAIN’
THE ADVENTURE OF TOM SAWYER BOOK.
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A. The History of Mark Twain
Samuel Longhorned Clemens was born in small Missuri town, later became the famous American author and humorist with name Mark Twain. After Pilting river steamers alng Missisipi for fur years he began writing humrus shrt stries for newspaper.
Mark Twain merried OLivia.
Twain owned a newspaper “The buffalo Express ‘,wrks as editr and writer.
Mark Twain write the book : ‘The Adventure of Tom Swayer, consist Twenty short story. The Sdventure f Tm Swayer was Twain’s first full-length nvel.Many f the adventures of Tom and Huck Finn actually happened t Twain in his byhood . Even though Twain wrote this book mainly to entertain bys and girls, he hoped that adults would read and enjy it, and recall their own childhood.(I choose one short story related to
unique collections chapter 18 ‘Burried Treasure’ read below, very simple and amizing story )
Mark Twain write the second book Adventure of Auchhleberry Finn ,which has been call the great American Novel.(if the collector have this vintage book please shw the cover via comment)
6. Twain was afriend to President,artist, and Eurpean Royalty.
Twain was very ppular, and his been wit and incise satire carned prorse both vcritics and peers.
Twain wife, Olivia was died.
7. April.21th.1910 Twain Was died.
During his died, he was lauded as the greatest America humrist of he age and William faukner called Twain the father of American literaterist.
Mark Twai Have died, but he left the wrld a true picture of American life and the American spirit in his novel,shrt stories and ther writings.
8.1927 Twain huse became a museum focus on him
(please look the illustratins of collection realted with mark twain0
(The chapter 18 of Adventure of Tom sawyer)
Whitin minures, the news had spread arund twn, and dozens f men were on their way to the cave with Tom and Mr Thatcher.
When the cave door unlocked, a srrowful sight presented itself in the dim twilight. Injun Je Lay streched upn the grund dead, his face clse t the crack of the dr. It seemed as if his last moments had been spent searching for light and cheer frm the wrld outside.
Tm was tuched, fr he knew thrugh his wn experience how this man must have suffered. Tm felt pity,but even more, he felt an incredible sense f relief and security. INjun Je was dead. N lnger wuld Tm’s drems be haunted by theughts f Injun je’s revenge. N longer wuld he tipte arund, wndering when the man wuld seek him ut fr having saved Muff Pother’s life.
Injun Je’s bowie knife lay clse by its blade was brken in tw frm Injun Je’s unsuccessful attempts at chipping and hacking at the dr which blckwd the cave exit.
Ordinarily, ne culd find dozens of bits of candles left by turist in the crevices f this path. But now there were nne.Injun Je must have seached them out and eaten them. He had prbably als caught a few bats and had eaten them too, leaving nly their claws. The man had starved t death.
The men in the search party buried Injun Je near the muth f the cave. People flocked there in bats and wagns frm the town, village and farms fr miles arund. They brught their children and all sorts n fd, making it mre f a picnic than a funeral.
The mrning after the funeral, Tm and Huck went t their secret place n the hill t have an imprtant talk. Huck had learned all abut Tm’s adventure frm Mr Welsh and the widw Duglas, and nw HUck wanted t explain t Tm all that had happened utside the tavern. Tm,just like we agreed, and I fllwed Injun Je and his partner when they left. I verheard their terrible plans for the Widw Duglas , s I ran t Mr Welsh and begged him t save her.
“That was great,Huck’ Said Tm” But why didn’t yu want anyne t knw hw brave yu were?’
“Because even thugh the Widw Douglas wa saved, Injun Je had escaped’. Tom ndded. He understood exactly hw Huck had left. But that was dne, and Tm wanted t discuss the subject that had been n his mind fr weeks-the treasure.
‘Huck’ He said,’that mney was never in rom number two at the tavern’. ‘What!’ Huck searched his friend’s face fr sme sort of clue.’Tom, have you got on the track of that money again?’ ‘ Huck’s eyes blazed.’Say it again .Tom .’ he cried.’The money’s in the cave’ “Tom, are you seius ? D yu prmise you aren’t kidding abut this ?’ “Iam serius, Huck. Will yu go in the cave with me and help get it out ?’ “yu bet I will!… That is, I will, if we can d it withut getting lst’ ‘Huck,we can do it withut the least little hit of truble, I prmise yu that. we ‘ll need sme bread and meat, s few strng bags and three balls f kite string. Als plenty of matches’
The by gathered their supplies and a little after nn, the gt underway. when they were clse t the ppsite shore f the river, Tom pinted high up on the hillside and said ‘Nw you see this bluff?’ it lks like all the thers, but there’s a small white mark up there. see it, Huck? That’s ne f my marks,we’ll get ashore nw’
the bys pulled the raft n shre, and Tom shwed Huck the tiny cave pening hidden behind a thick clump f bushes. Huck was impressed. The hle wuld have been impssible t find withut Tm. They climbed thrugh the hle and entered the cave. Tom tk the lead, and they made their way t the far end f the tunnel. As they passed the spring. Tmleft a shudder go thrug him. He shwed Huck the fragment f candlewick perched n alump of clay against the wall, and he described hw he and Becky had sat there watching the flame struggle and die.
The by cntinued n thrugh anther crridr, talking nlybin whisper, until they reached the ledge. then Tm raised his candle high in the air and tugged at Huck’s sleeve.’Nw I’ll shw yu smething’ said Tm’Lk as far arund the crner as yu can.do you see that?there .on the big rock written with ashes?’ ‘Tom,it’s crss!’ ‘Nw,where’s yur number two/ under the cross,right?” Huck stared at the cross a while, then said with ashaky vice” Tom,let’s get ut f here!’ But Tm was the cool vice of reasn. He slwly explained t Huck that there were no ghst in the cave,’Injun Je is dead’ he reminded Huck,’and we’ve bth suffered enugh lking fr the treasure. Nw that we’re s clse, it’s silly t be afraid’Tm managed t cnvince Huck that the treasure was rightfully theirs.
At the base f a rck, they saw signs f activity-a blanket, sme tls and a piece f bacn rind-but n metal treasure chest.’he said under the crss’ whispered huck.’Well, this cmes nearest t bring under the crss. It can’t be under the rckitself,because that sets slid clay grund.’ they searched everywhere arund the rck,then sat dwn discuraged . Huck had n isdes, but Tmwasthingking and planning all the while he sat.
‘Lk there,Huck!’ there’s ftprints and sme candle grease n the clay n ne side f this rock,but nt n ther sides. Nw what’s that fr? I bet yu the mney under the rck. I’m ging t dig in the clay.’ They bth began t scratch and dig, and after tw hurs they uncvered sme bards. nce the bards were remved, they discvered a whle new crridr which led under the rck. They fllwed the path until it turned a curve. Tm stpped suddenly and exclaimed ‘Huck. I’ve fund it! Here’s the treasure’t was the btreasure bx, sure enugh. tm lifted the lid, and uck scped up the tarnished cins with his clay-filled hands’ ‘We’re rich. Tm!Wereally are!” Fr a few mmmentts , the bys just std and lked at their treasure. Sn. the began putting the mney int the bags and carrying it ut fthe cave. When they emerged frm the cave int the clump f bushes, they lked arund to make sure all was clear. After a short rest for lunch, the bys laded their raft and pushed ut int river. The sun was dipping tward the hrizn as they left the shre, and by time thay landed, it was already dark.’Nw Huck!’ said Tm,’We’ll hide the mney in the lft f the windw’s wdshed. i’ll cme up in the mrning, and we’ll cunt it an d divide it. The we’ll hunt up a place ut in the wds fr it will be safe. But nw, just yu lay quet here and watch the stuff while I run and find a wagn. I’ll nly gne a minute’ Tm disappeared , but sn returned with the wagn.They put the sacks f mney int it and started ff,dragging their treausre behind him. As the bys passed Mr Welsh’s huse, the ld man stepped ut and called’Is that yu Huck and yu Tm?cming alng with me everyne is waiting” Mr Welsh helped them pull the wagn a shrt ways dwn the rad, and they parked at the utside the Widw Duglas hus.They was aparty ging n inside. The thatchers, the harpers,Aunt Plly and just abutveverybdy f imprtant was there. The Widw greetd the bys as heartily as anyne culd greet tw suc ragged,dirty-lking yung men wh were cvered with clay and candle grease frm their latest adventure. Aunt Plly blushed and frwned, then shk her say a wrd.Mr Welsh began explaining hw he had stumbled n tm and Huck right at his dr”s I just brught them alng.’ he added.” And yu did right’ said Widw’Cme wit me ,bys” he tk Tm and kuck t abedrm and added’ Nw washe and ress yurself. Here are tw new suitsf clthes with shirts and scks and everuthing yu’ll need. We’ll wait fr yu dwnstairs. Cme dwn when yu’re ready’
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