Boo Radley's Relationship

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To Kill A Mockingbird Essay Analyzing the first part of the novel, a great attention should be payed to the childhood world of Jem, Scout and Dill and especially to their relationship with Boo Radley.The children's relationship with Boo in Part One is important in that this story because it sets the subplot of the greater trial coming up in the adult world around them. Jem, Scout and Dill first have their own speculations about Boo. They are intrigued by him in a sort of fascination which has been encouraged by all the hearsay going on about Boo' violent past and night rambling. They are prejudiced against Boo in the same way that the white community is prejudiced against Tom Robinson.Their attitude changes, however, when Boo patches up
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