To Kill a Mockingbird

how and why were the radleys set apart from the rest of maycomb?

why were they away?

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The Radleys weren't away per se, they kept themselves separate because of family history and things that had happened. Because they kept themselves locked away from society they became a curiosity, and over time stories were built around it. Their home is even treated like the town's haunted mansion.