To Kill a Mockingbird

Explain how standing on Boo's porch helps scout see through his eyes? (chapter 31)

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Standing on Boo's porch, Scout look out over the neighborhood imagining how Boo must have seen it, and how, for all these years, he watched over "his" children. This is an example of walking in someone's skin. Scout finally realizes what her father meant.