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He is interpreted as a monster by some, but Jem and Scout never see that side of him. He showers the children with gifts and even saves their lives when they are attacked by Bob Ewell. Jem and Scout only see Boo as a mockingbird who is innocent and giving. Pg 7
Jem came home and wondered where I got the gum. I finally told him that I found it in the Radley’s tree. Jem yells, “Spit it out right now! Don’t you know you’re not supposed to even touch the trees over there? You’ll get killed if you do!” and I obeyed. Lee Page 8
Miss Maudie said that these people were taking the Bible too literally. She said, “Sometimes the Bible in the hand of one man is worse than a whiskey bottle in the hand of – oh, of someone like your father.” She also said that “there are just some kind of men who—who’re so busy worrying about the next world that they’ve never learned to enjoy this one. Like the Radleys.” Page 11
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