Boo Radley Racist Quotes

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Have you ever thought your parents weren't cool? We all have, so does Jem and To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee. No, this isn't an essay on why you should think your parents aren't cool it's to take a cool satisfy sip of Jem Finch's life as a young boy in a racist society. In addition we will crawl around and Jem’s skin to get the just of Jem's life and other aspects of it. Boo! Did I scare you? Well Boo Radley sure scared Jem and Scout. The rumors they collected about him we're plenty. “ Jim gave a reasonable description of Boo : Boo was about six-and-a-half feet tall, judging from his tracks; he dined off of raw squirrels and any cats he could catch, that's why his hands were blood stained – if you ate an animal raw , you would never wash you could never wash their blood off…”(13). According to scout, Jem's sister, Boo was one creepy man who ate animals alive! Scout even described Jem's description as reasonable. …show more content…

They now communicate with Boo through the tree, their fears changed to curiosity but we all know every good thing has an end. Jem was very upset because Boo’s brother Nathan Radley put cement in the knothole tree to stop their communication. “Someone filled our knot-hole with cement”(62). Jem showed true maturity and love towards Scout by comforting her and telling her not to worry when he saw

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