To Kill a Mockingbird

the children view boo radley as a strange and frightening figure. How do miss maudie and atticus view him? What do they say about him?


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Both Miss. Maudie and Atticus think Boo Radley is a lonely man who is entitled to his privacy. Atticus says that if they want to see Boo Radley, they can knock on the door and treat him like a human being and not a circus side-show. He also adda that Boo is entitled to his privacy away from the gawking eyes of kids.