Night at the Radley's place
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Dill and Jem were going to peep through Boo Radley's window using the loose shutter to see if they could get a look of him.
Nobody would see them at night, Atticus would be so deep in a book to where he wouldn't be able to hear anything, and it would be easier for them to look into the dark house in the dark.
We decided to go to the gate that divided the garden from the backyard and the back of the Radley's place was less inviting than the front of the house.
"Dill, no(Scout 71)."
"Let's try the back window(Dill 71)."
Jem simply put his foot on the bottom step and as the step squeaked, he stood there still. As Jem walked onto the porch of the Radley's place, there was a shadow of a man wearing a hat.
At first Scout had thought the mysterious shadow was from a tree. However, there was no wind blowing that night. And after all, trees don't walk.
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