To Kill a Mockingbird

Scout showed evidence of her growing maturity when she felt a “twinge of remorse” when passing by the Radley Place. Explain.

its in chapter 26

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Scout is beginning to understand that their treatment of Boo, even if only childish pranks, had the ability to hurt him. Her remorse signals that she now understands their mistakes and effects of their thoughtless behavior.

Source(s): To Kill a Mockingbird