What do Jem and Scout think of Boo Radley?

What do Jem and Scout think of Boo Radley?

Jem and Scout do not think of Boo Radley as an ethical person until the end of the book when they find that he is a well-intentioned young man. He believes that “Boo Radley’s stayed shut up in the house all this time… because he wants to stay inside” (227).

What does Jem realize about Boo Radley and why?

Jem realizes that Boo Radley put it on her, and he reveals the whole story of the knothole, the presents, and the mended pants to Atticus. Atticus tells them to keep it to themselves, and Scout, realizing that Boo was just behind her, nearly throws up.

What does JEM tell scout about what happened at Boo Radley’s house?

Terms in this set (5) What does Jem tell Scout about “that night” at Boo Radley’s? – Jem reveals that his pants had been mended, folded and laid across the fence for his return.

Why does JEM cry on the porch?

Nathan Radley’s dishonesty and cruelty to Boo, as well as Jem’s lost chance of communicating with Boo, are the reasons he cries by himself on the front porch. Jem cries because Nathan Radley cements in the hole in the tree, eliminating their connection to Boo Radley.

Why do Jem and Scout make the snowman such an obvious replica of Mr Avery?

Perhaps Scout and Jem make a snowman of Mr. Avery because they believe his shape resembles that of a snowman. As they are building their snowman, Scout comments that the snowman looks a little like Miss Crawford.

Is Mr Avery Black in To Kill a Mockingbird?

Avery. This is appropriate because he is a very crude character. He behaves worse than any black character in the story. He behaves the way that blacks are “supposed” to behave and yet he is white.

What or who did Mr Avery blame for the snow?

Mr. Avery blames the especially cold weather on a prophecy written on the Rosetta Stone that stated that the seasons would change if children disobeyed their parents, fought with each other, and smoked cigarettes. He tells Jem and Scout that badly behaved children like them have caused it to snow.

Who did Scout Jem and Dill hear occasionally laughing?

Boo Radley

Who died in the winter in To Kill a Mockingbird?


What does Scout realize standing on the Radley porch?

Standing on the porch, Scout sees in an instant how the last few months must have appeared to Boo – the trips she, Jem and Dill made, Atticus shooting the dog, the house fire, and the presents Boo left for them. She has seen things from his shoes.

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