To Kill a Mockingbird

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

Chapter 26

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Scout has matured. She has begun to see the folly of her childish ways when dealing with Boo. She understands that Boo is a human being, just like Tom Robinson and Mrs. Dubose. He deserved respect and not the ridicule of children.