To kill a mocking bird:Chapter 4

To kill a mocking bird:Chapter 4

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  • Dill's arrival for summer.
  • Scout get away from there, come on!
  • Come on Scout don't just lie there. 
  • The game. 
  • I know what we are going to play!
  • Boo Radley!
  • What?
  • Throughout the summer. 
  • Dill, Scout, and Jem decided to push each other in tires. Scout went for it and stoppped in front of the Radley house. 
  • They began to get nervous. 
  • The kids came up with a new game that they love to play. 
  • They were caught. 
  • All summer they played the game.  It was a drama woven from bits of gossip and neighborhood legend. Scout played with anxiety. Jem reassured her that Boo Radley was dead she she would be fine.  
  • The scary noises. 
  • Can we play anymore?
  • Mr. Radley would pass the children, playing the game, on his way to town. They would stand still until he passed. They wondered  what he might do if he found out what they were doing. 
  • Does this have anything to do with the Radley's?
  • One day while the kids were playing the game, Atticus caught them.
  • What are you all playing?
  • nothing
  • No sir. 
  • Jem. I think Atticus knows anyway. 
  • Jem and Dill wanted to keep playing the game but Scout didn't because Atticus new about it and because the day Scout rolled over to the Radley house she heard someone laughing. 
  • I don't know, Atticus didn't say we couldn't---
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