St. Petersburg Times
By Joey Cain
Missing in Missouri
Interview with Twain
Twain: "I was fascinated by Robin Hood as a boy and thought it would be great for Tom's curious and adventurous character."
Me: "I thought that when Tom and Huck witnessed the murder, it was going to be a main part in the story, but they've seem to forget about this. Where did you get the idea for them to witness that and why wasn't it a main part in the first twenty chapter's?"
Twain: I thought it would be a great way to get the reader hooked into Tom's next adventure's. You will find out soon if it comes back into the story as a main part.
Me: Some people have said that the event's in your story are from real life event's. Is this true?
Twain: Well, most of the event's in my story have been based off of events preformed by other people in my time period. A few have happened to myself though.
Me: It looks like we're out of time! Thanks for coming in Mr. Twain, I'm looking forward to finishing your story!
Twain: Thank's, Bye.