Please give a few examples of when a character in the book really puts themself into someone else's shoes.
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Atticus puts himself in Tom Robinson's shoes going as far as to sit with him at the prison when the mob coms to get tom. Both Scout and Jem see how Mrs. Dubose faces her personal challenges before she dies. By the end of the novel, Scout begins to see the world how Boo might see it.