To Kill a Mockingbird

How does Scout feel about the way she and Dill once treated Roo Radely? What are her thought on him now?

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Much of Scout's real reflection of Boo Radley takes place near the end of the story. She comes to see Boo as her "benevolent phantom”. She knows the childish rumours and their silly games disrespected the man that had saved her life. When Scout finally sees Boo at the end of the book, she simply says “Hey, Boo,” Boo has transformed from the town "freak" to Scout's friend.