He looked identical to the Prince of Wales, Edward Tudor.
Samuel Langhorne Clemens, better known as Mark Twain, struggled with this identity crisis for the majority of his young-adult life. Twain highlights the similarities between the two boys' lives to emphasize the fact that they resemble one another to the greatest extent and that the only thing that separates them is their birth: Tom has two twin sisters while Edward has a sister and a cousin, their fathers are somewhat alike in their treatment of the two children and their mothers are both kind.
However, the two most major themes represented by the book are that of lost identity and confronting injustice with righteousness and mercy.
He is the one who is trying to adapt to the situation. The state should be one? Two of his best-known novels show this trait, in his Adventures of Tom Sawyer, Twain immortalized the sleepy little town of Hannibal.
The inspirations varied from events that he witnessed and experienced, people he met in his lifetime, other stories he read or heard about, and his environment. How does reading affect Tom's personality?
The state is also one of man?