Boo's Character In To Kill A Mockingbird

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A person does not truly understand someone until walking in their shoes. Scout learns this with various people. Boo Bradley was the first person that Scout put herself in someone elses perspective. Boo Bradley stays indoors at all times. Scout realized he did that because many people were afraid that he would hurt them. Boo is not sociable, Many people say that he is a creepy, old, unhappy man. Scout later realizes that he is not mean and that he is generous. Boo finds ways to treat the kids in many different ways. He is a very kind man towards Scout and Jem. Boo would leave gifts for the kids in a hollowed out tree. When Ms. Maudie’s house started on fire he put a blanket around Scout. Calpurnia was another character Scout connected with.…show more content…
Scout later realizes that he is not mean and that he is generous. Boo finds ways to treat the kids in many different ways. He is a very kind man towards Scout and Jem. Boo would leave gifts for the kids in a hollowed out tree. When Ms. Maudie’s house started on fire he put a blanket around Scout. Calpurnia was another character Scout connected with. Cal talks much differently at church, Scout did not understand why. Scout came to the assumption that Cal does not want to sound like she has a high education level. Calpurnia might get treated differently if people find out she knows how to read and write. She does not want to be know as snotty, because she talks like a White person. Calpurnia was very strict in the beginning with Scout. Scout was making fun of Walter for pouring so much syrup; Calpurnia called Scout into a room and scolled her. Scout realized that she respect Walter even if he is poor in the town. Calpurnia expected a lot more out of Scout then Jem. Cal was always asking Scout to help her with things. Calpurnia makes it very clear in the beginning that Scout has to treat everyone with respect. When Jem and Scout first meet Dill, Calpurnia tells them to be extra nice to…show more content…
Scout learns this with various people. Boo Bradley was the first person that Scout put herself in someone elses perspective. Boo Bradley stays indoors at all times. Scout realized he did that because many people were afraid that he would hurt them. Boo is not sociable, Many people say that he is a creepy, old, unhappy man. Scout later realizes that he is not mean and that he is generous. Boo finds ways to treat the kids in many different ways. He is a very kind man towards Scout and Jem. Boo would leave gifts for the kids in a hollowed out tree. When Ms. Maudie’s house started on fire he put a blanket around Scout. Calpurnia was another character Scout connected with. Cal talks much differently at church, Scout did not understand why. Scout came to the assumption that Cal does not want to sound like she has a high education level. Calpurnia might get treated differently if people find out she knows how to read and write. She does not want to be know as snotty, because she talks like a White person. Calpurnia was very strict in the beginning with Scout. Scout was making fun of Walter for pouring so much syrup; Calpurnia called Scout into a room and scolled her. Scout realized that she respect Walter even if he is poor in the town. Calpurnia expected a lot more out of Scout then Jem. Cal was always asking Scout to help her with things. Calpurnia makes it very clear in the beginning that Scout has to
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