To Kill a Mockingbird

To Kill a Mockingbird Chapter 29

Describe Boo Radley. How is he depicted? Does his physical appearance represent his internal characteristics?

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In Chapter 29, with the description of his hair as "feathery," Boo is immediately identified with the "mockingbird," especially with his slight appearance and fluttery hand movements. He has finally become a real person, completing the progression from monster to human.