Boo Radley Misunderstood Analysis

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Although several people in the book To Kill a Mockingbird written by Harper Lee symbolizes the mocking bird , I believe Boo Radley strongly emulates the symbol of the MockingBird. Boo Radley is misunderstood by society and seen as a monster or as a scary man, just as the mockingbird was. Although Boo was seen as a threat to society, he never hurt a soul, he shared things with the kids like soap figurines of them. Boo jumped to action when he heard the kids being mugged by mysterious man. Jem says it would be killing a Mockingbird if they persecuted Boo Radley. Boo Radley is firmly misunderstood by the people of Maycomb and seen as a menace to society , just as the mockingbird was. Many people in Maycomb know the tale of the scissors. It goes
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