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They play along with the charade for a while and don't reveal themselves until their "funerals," marching into the church to the surprise and consternation of their families. Tom continues his flirtation with Becky with limited success over summer vacation. Eventually, overcome with guilt, he testifies at the trial of Muff Potter, exonerating him of Robinson's murder.
Potter is released, and Injun Joe escapes through a window in the courtroom. The court case isn't Tom's last encounter with Injun Joe, however. In the final part of the novel, he and Becky newly reunited get lost in one of the caves. Here, Tom stumbles across his archenemy.
Escaping his clutches and finding his way out, Tom manages to alert the townspeople, who lock up the cave while leaving Injun Joe inside. Although Tom is, in the end, victorious, Twain's plot and characters are so believable and realistic that the reader cannot help but worry for the easy-go-lucky boy Tom even though he rarely worries for himself. In Huckleberry Finn, Twain created a wonderful and enduring character, a chipper poor boy who hates nothing more than respectability and being "sivilised" and who wants nothing more than to be out on his river.
Tom Sawyer is both a wonderful children's book and a book perfect for adults who still are children at heart.