Individuals can also feel this circle of responsbility What do we learn about Boo Radley s' reveal about his sense of community and why does Jem jump to his defense? What has changed Jem s' perception? Why is it more diffcult for Scout to grasp what Jem has?
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Boo is known as the "malevolent phantom". He tries to play with the kids in his own way. He watches over them and even saves the lives of Scout and Jem. It is only until later in the novel that Jem begins to realize that Boo is more a friend than a monster to be feared. Through gifts in a tree hole to the mending of Jem's pants, Jem and Scout begin to understand there is more to Boo than their childish fears.
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