Their childish nature of the kids would demand that Boo Radley was praised as a hero for what he did, but when it happened for real, Scout is the first to agree with Tate about the dread consequences it might have. Mockingbirds The title of To Kill a Mockingbird has very little literal connection to the plot, but it carries a great deal of symbolic weight in the book. Just standing on the Radley porch was enough. Their acting out of the life and times of Boo Radley could, after all, be seen as a way to try to understand him by trying on his skin, as Atticus always says. The image of Boo Radley can at first seem strange and even disturbing, according to the overall tone of the story. The different emotions that this book brings out of the reader is what makes… the post-civil war, the ruling of Plessy versus Ferguson and the Jim Crow Laws, and segregation.
There was a long jagged scar that ran across his face; what teeth he had were yellow and rotten; his eyes popped, and he drooled most of the time. His father, mortified he would be sent to jail and disgrace the family, promised the judge if his son could come home he would never again make any trouble. Hence this shows one of the similarities between Boo Radley and the Mockingbird. Clearly, Boo Radleykilled Bob Ewell in an effort to protect Jem. Imagining Boo as a monster had little in common with reality, but it did get the kids in the habit of trying to figure out how Boo sees the world. Miss Maudie is one of the most open-minded residents of Maycomb, and true to her more liberal leanings, she even likes the weeds in her garden. After his father died, his older brother Nathan moved in andcontinued to keep him locked up.
I walked to it, stood in front of it, and turned around. But for Boo, being the center of attention, even good attention, would be horrible. Miss Stephanie Crawford said some of the town council told Mr. In this case however, one mockingbird is shot, the other is forced to kill. The Finch children are fascinated with him from the onset of the novel and he eventually proves himself to be their savior. Radley thinks it would be a disgrace to have his boy sent there so he promises the judge if his boy is released to him he will not get in any more trouble.
Boo Radley was an old man in the book. One time he said you never really know a man until you stand in his shoes and walk around in them. Weirdly, Tate seems less concerned about the negative consequences for Boo than the positive ones. Radley why he did this he tells him the tree is dying. After discussing the whole incident with Atticus and Atticus being persuaded by the sheriff to not press charges against Boo for killing Bob Ewell and to take into account Boo's heroic actions and his very sheltered existence, Scout sums up this conundrum perfectly: ''Well, it'd be sort of like shootin' a mockingbird, wouldn't it? Just like how a mocker contributes to the people by singing its bosom out without expecting for any wages.
Even the total-equality-under-the-law Atticus begins to think that sometimes a little inequality is what's really fair. Arthur is like a mockingbird because telling everyone tha … t he is the mockingbird is like killing him from the inside. The rumors of the … scissors is made up by the locals. Despite the book itself is a manifest against social inequality, it also states that there are some cases when inequality is what is really needed just to preserve the person, who is not prepared to the most notorious aspects of the world around. He is a mockingbird that was killed when his only intent was to spread joy to others.
An intelligent child emotionally damaged by his cruel father, Boo provides an example of the threat that evil poses to innocence and goodness. Ultimately, they accept the gifts they find including two sticks of gum, a set of soap dolls resembling both Scout and Jem, two old pennies, and a pocket watch. Why are they so bent on making him come out? Is he a man or a monster? Her feelings about plants are symbolic of the way some townspeople feel about others. These perceptions become important as the story progresses. The members of the Cunningham gang are a bunch of troublemakers. While they try to protect Tom, society doesn't allow his innocence and therefore they lose the trial.
The kids eventually come to this realization when Scout spots a small treasure in one of the knotholes found on a tree in the Radley's yard. It would be unfair to prosecute Boo because he did nothing wrong and the jury may find him guilty just because of the stories they have heard about him. In the game, the children re-enact parts of Boo Radley's life. Our first raid came to pass only because Dill bet Jem The Gray Ghost against two Tom Swifts that Jem wouldn't get any farther than the Radley gate. The kids try to lure the mysterious man out at first. Scout becomes a literal scout on a quest for understanding, gaining an appreciation of the moral lessons bestowed upon her by Atticus through the events of the film. He was thirty-three years old then.
This shows that Boo is a good guy and is very nice to the children. Arthur Radley's parents were given two options by a judge: send their son away to a state-run juvenile detention center or keep him at home under constant observation. It is probably likely that Arthur has some sort of mental illness. There was a long jagged cicatrix that ran across his face ; what teeth he had were xanthous and icky ; his eyes popped. I just hope they spot it and find it or else it will just sit there and will be of no use. Boo hears the kids yelling and comes to help.