Theme Of Boo In To Kill A Mockingbird

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Through most of the book Boo is like a ghost, Scout never sees him but his presence is felt throughout the story. For example:The gifts that Boo left in the tree made Scout and Jem happy even though they were scared of him. At first they were suspicious e.g. not wanting to eat the chewing gum, but it soon became fun for them. The soap dolls meant that someone who had Jem and Scout had carved them and the fact that Nathan Radley filled in the hole makes the reader suspicious that Boo is responsible for the gifts.
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