What a head for just a boy to have! If I had Tom Sawyer’s head I wouldn’t trade it off to be a duke, nor mate of a steamboat, nor clown in a circus, nor nothing I can think of. I went to thinking out a plan, but only just to be doing something; I knowed very well where the right plan was going to come from.

– Mark Twain

The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, Chapter 34. Huck looks up to his friend Tom Sawyer and he thinks he has an amazing mind. Despite evidence to the contrary, Huck believes that Tom is smarter than him.