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Aunt Polly's is currently closed. The menu featured is the last menu available. Take a lunch break from your pioneering adventure to enjoy food from Aunt Polly’s, a seasonally operated quick service restaurant located on Tom Sawyer Island. Planeside Aunt Polly's Dream Lyrics. Aunt Polly's Dream lyrics performed by Planeside: Sweet Aunt Polly was a looker She was lookin' for a good time Not to last forever Maybe just one night.
Telling her his dream, Tom relates everything he saw and overheard when he crossed the river and sneaked into the house a few nights earlier. Aunt Polly seems amazed by the power of Tom’s vision and forgives him for not having visited her. Sid, meanwhile, wonders suspiciously how this dream could be so precise and detailed. Source(s) Sparknotes. The Hypocrisy of Adult Society. Superstition, Fantasy, and Escape. Showing Off. Sentimentality and Realism. Summary Analysis Now that Tom has returned, Aunt Polly continues to dote on him the following Monday at breakfast. Though she doesn't punish him as she usually would for his normal misbehavior, she does wonder aloud why he couldn't have.
Aunt Polly was vexed to think she had overlooked that bit of circumstantial evidence, and missed a trick. A new-comer of any age or either sex was an im-pressive curiosity in the poor little. Summary and Analysis Chapters Summary. That noon, Aunt Polly immediately accosts Tom for lying to her. She has visited with Mrs. Harper (whose son Joe had told her everything) and found out that Tom had actually been over that night and overheard everything that he pretended was in a wonderful dream.