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What is the significance of the witch pie in Chapter 37?
It is another example of the superstition of slaves.
Only the crust is significant for the boy's escape plan.
It is going to be used to soothe Aunt Sally, as it is her favorite type of pie.
It will contain a poison to make Nat sick enough to get Jim by him during the night of the escape.
There is no significance; much like the rest of Tom's plans, it is full of nonsense.