Tom Sawyer Vs Born Worker

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Avaricious characterizes both Tom from The Adventures of Tom Sawyer and Arnie from “Born Worker”. Although both are similar, Tom is conveyed as astute and apathetic while Arnie portrays more frankness and devotion. In The Adventures of Tom Sawyer by Mark Twain, Tom is responsible for whitewashing a fence, but he attempts to escape his duty by convincing other children to do it. In “Born Worker” by Gary Soto, José partners up with his cousin, Arnie, to work various jobs in order to earn money. Tom and Arnie, two juveniles who are greedy for others belongings, share many personality traits like voraciousness; contrarily, they use different ways to convince others and portray differing levels of adherence. Particularly, Tom is cunning when

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