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You never really understand a person until you consider things from his point of view -
Scout: green Atticus: grey
In this scene, Atticus is explaining one of the concepts of grace to Scout. He is telling her that we should love our neighbors without judging them. We need to try and see things from the other person's point of view, even if it is different from our beliefs.
- until you climb into his skin and walk around in it.
Miss Maudie: in light pink Scout: in green Jem: in pink Dill: in grey
Do you think they're true, all those things they say about B - Mr. Arthur?
No, child, that is a sad house. I remember Arthur Radley when he was a boy. He always spoke nicely to me. Spoke as nicely as he knew how.
You reckon he's crazy?
In this scene, Miss Maudie is showing grace to Boo (Arthur) by telling Scout that he isn't as bad she thinks he is. Scout then realizes another side of Boo...
If he's not he should be by now. The things that happen to people we never really know. What happens in houses behind closed doors, what secrets--
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