Boo Radley Differences

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Harper lee wrote To Kill a Mocking Bird It is very crazy to think about the differences between 1:49 minutes compared to 376 pages in a book. There are many things the book and the movies of To Kill a Mockingbird that there were not in the play we went and watched. Just a few off the top of my head there were there wasn’t even an Aunt Alexandria, the big difference was there wasn’t even a school setting! In the book Scout beats up Walter Cunningham, that wasn’t even in the play. Then the last one Boo Radley didn’t even get to show his personality in the play they completely cut him out of the play.

In the book there was a huge difference and a huge impact on the audience which included Boo Radley’s kindness and how he showed affection towards the finch children. Agreed Boo Radley is crazy but he is just a normal guy living his life the way he wants to. You can judge a book by its cover, boo does in fact sit inside all day every day of his …show more content…

Also he is a huge part of the title of the book To Kill a Mockingbird he is an innocent person tossed to the duct because …show more content…

There wasn’t even a character in the play and the book! Aunt Alexandria was in the book and played a huge roll in the book and she wasn’t even in the play to begin with the play conductor completely took her out of it! This was a huge impact on the audience because this throws a lot of people off because some lines Aunt Alexandria said were given to other characters. She took off her glasses and stared at me. ‘"I'll tell you why,"’ she said. ‘"Because—he—is—trash, that's why you can't play with him.’” – Aunt Alexandria she is saying this because it shows how she talks how she doesn’t have a filter in what she says she just says anything that comes to mind when she thinks

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