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As Mr. Tate and Atticus argued I noticed that Boo had started to doze off and sleep, even through the terrible noise they were making. His face went from shiny and waxy to soft and almost angelic.
We all stared in wonder at how someone who had just killed another could sleep so peacefully. it hadn't been said but we all knew that he in fact, even with Mr. Tate's argument, was the one who killed Bob Ewell.
My thoughts began to wander to Bob Ewell laying on the ground, stuck like a pig. I couldn't help but think he deserved it for all the awful things he'd done and the awful way he lived.
Mr. Tate stayed with boo as we walked to the Radley place to tell Mr. Radly what had happened. We showed up to an open door and no Mr. Radley. He had seen his perfect time to leave and took it. He abandoned him. I looked to Atticus and as if he'd read my mind he said "I suppose he will need a place to stay."
"What do yo mean Atticus?" "What I mean Scout, is that he will be staying with us." "But what about Jem what will he think?" "it will be a lot to get used to, but we are better than letting someone who's never been outside his house fend for himself.
As I walked back with Atticus my mind was racing almost as fast as my heart was. Boo Radley would be living in my house with my family. even have experienced his kindness my body filled with fear this stranger would be in my house where I sleep.
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