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“His name’s Arthur and he’s alive,” she said. (Lee 44) “What a morbid question. But I suppose it’s a morbid subject. I know he’s alive, Jean Louise, because I haven’t seen him carried out yet.”(Lee 44) “Arthur Radley just stays in the house, that’s all,” said Miss Maudie. “Wouldn’t you stay in the house if you didn’t want to come out?” (Lee 44) “You know old Mr. Radley was a foot-washing Baptist-” (Lee 45)
“You know old Mr. Radley was a foot-washing Baptist-” Miss Maudie said. (Lee 45)
The neighborhood thought when Mr. Radley went under Boo would come out, but it had another think coming: Boo’s elder brother returned from Pensacola and took Mr. Radley’s place. The only difference between him and his father was their ages. Jem said Mr. Nathan Radley “bought cotton,” too. Mr. Nathan would speak to us, however, when we said good morning, and sometimes we saw him coming from town with a magazine in his hand. (Lee 12)
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