To Kill a Mockingbird

Scout is growing up. Explain her feelings now about the following items:

a. the games concerning Boo Radley

b. her desire to see Boo in person

c. Atticus' apparent knowledge about their previous activities

Chapter 26

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A. The games are childish and even hurtful. She sees Boo much like her father Atticus atticus does. He is a man who deserves respect and privacy. Scout feels he also deserves a friend.

B. Scout wants to see Boo as a person rather than a neighbourhood Freak.

C. Scout knows that Atticus was aware but he also wanted the children to discover for themselves that Boo is a human being entitled to the same rights and respect as anybody else.