5 Written Questions
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- Harmless local layabout and drunk, who is falsely accused of a murder that Injun Joe committed.
- A great friend of Tom's, sounds like a boy to be pitied. Poor, homeless and uncared for by his drunken father, dresses in rags and scrounges for food where he can. So much energy and life.
- Young black boy who lives with, and works for Aunt Polly. It's never actually said in the book, but is certainly a slave.
- Tom's on-off girlfriend. She is proud as Tom, and their relationship is often stormy.
- Tom and Sid's guardian. Always telling Tom off for one scrape or another, but finds it hard to be strict because she loves him too much.
4 True/False Questions
Mr. Dobbins → Teacher at the school, good at hitting children, but less good at actually teaching anything.
Widow Douglas → Teacher at the school, good at hitting children, but less good at actually teaching anything.
Sid → Tom's goody-two-shoes little brother.
Alfred Temple → A boy with an imagination to rival Tom's, at start he his Tom's best friends. But by the end, Huck is probably more important to Tom.