Boo Radley Journal

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I am reading To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee, and I am on page 42.
This book is about a girl named scout and, her brother Jem. Scout and friends have trouble with everyone in the town especially Boo Radley. In this journal I will be predicting and evaluating.

In this story, I wonder if the kids will meet Boo Radley. I predict that the children will not meet Boo because they are frightened of him. First, I predict he will not meet the kids because he was in a gang. The gang got him thrown in jail, but was taken away by his dad to lock him up longer. Secondly, Boo stabbed his family member in the leg. The town wanted him in an asylum. The public considers him intellectually afflicted. Finally, I expect the children of the town will not meet Boo Radley because his family is genuinely antisocial. The Radley family goes outside only at dusk to get groceries and things for his family.
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I have 2 characters and 3 examples of each. First, Scout isn’t competent enough to walk in Walter, Calpurnia, and Atticus’s shoes to see their point of the story. Scout thought that Walter “pigging out” at the dinner table was rude and ignorant. Scout does not realize that he’s very poor and part of the Cunningham family. Another example of Scout’s perspective problem is Calpurnia. Calpurnia insists that Walter is a guest and should be treated with respect and dignity. Scout can’t comprehend why Calpurnia thinks that Walter is a welcomed visitor. Scout also has problems with Atticus and how he thinks about school. Scout hates school and Miss Caroline. Atticus just wants her to get an excellent education. Scout believes that Atticus wants her to go to school because he wants her to feel misery. The next scene in the book takes place at school with Miss Caroline.

I should get a 9.5/10 because I worked a long time on this summary. I edited it over 15 times. I put it in paper rater and kept rating
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