Abby Smith - There is more to people than you know
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In this scene, Dill is telling Scout and Jem about why he ran away from home. "'-they do get along a lot better without me,'" said Dill. (191) This scene supports my theme because although the Finches are close with Dill, they still learn more about him and his family situation. You can always learn more about who a person is.
In this scene, Atticus shoots the mad dog. Jem says, "'I reckon if he'd wanted us to know it he'da told us.'" (130) This scene shows that there is always something more to learn about someone, even if it is someone as close to you as your father.
Lee writes, "One time he said you never really know a man until you stand in his shoes and walk around in them. Just standing on the Radley porch was enough." (374) As Scout walks Boo home, she develops a better relationships with him just by being with him. Boo didn't have to say anything, but she finally understood why the Radley's lived they way they did. She just had to stand in his shoes.
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