The Adventures Of Tom Sawyer
A literary analysis of superstition in Tom Sawyer
“Conscience without judgement is superstition”
Superstition is a way of life. In the book, The Adventures Of Tom Sawyer, by Mark Twain, superstition is very relevant in Tom’s daily life. Everyone has their own superstitions, Tom and his friends share their superstitions with each other and that ends up playing a big role in the day to day life of Tom and his friends.