"Catching Walter Cunningham in the schoolyard gave me some pleasure"
"Jem came by and told me to stop. You're bigger'n he is"
"Come on home to dinner with us, Walter," He Said. "We'd be glad to have you."....."We were nearly to the Radley place when Walter called, "Hey, I'm comin'!"
Hey, I'm comin'!
This is the exact opposite of grace, this is what you shouldn't do.
"Boo Radley was in the living room cutting some items from the Maycomb Tribune to paste in his scrapbook"
Jem coming by and helping him wasn't necessarily grace, because he definitely deserved the help. But this scene did lead to a major example of grace ein the next scene.
" As Mr.Radley walked by Boo drove the scissors into his leg"
This is a perfect example of grace, Walter didn't necessarily need the meal, his family probably would have provided SOMETHING for him to eat, although it would have been small, but he definitely deserved it. That is almost the exact definition of grace.
"Mrs. Radley ran into the street screaming that Arthur was killing them all"
This is Boo before he stabbed Mr. Radley .
Mr. Radley was so loving to his son he pulled the scissors out and continued on.
Mrs. Radley and Mr. Radley showed grace by not charging him with Assault