To Kill a Mockingbird

3 main ideas of chapter 7


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Mr. Radley cements the tree in which Boo has been leaving gifts. Through this act, we can see that Boo's isolation is not completely self-induced.

Mr. Radley's actions spark compassion in Jem, who begins to move toward young adulthood with new perspective.

Jem straddles the world of childhood and adulthood.


To Kill a Mockingbird