25 - to get his pants Scout literally fears for his life...

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On Dill's last night in Maycomb, he and Jem decide to "peep in the window with  the loose shutter to see if they could get a look at Boo Radley." Scout  discourages them from going to the Radley house, but reluctantly decides to join  them. Someone inside the Radley house comes out and fires a shotgun. The  children scurry out of the yard, but Jem gets caught on the fence and is forced to  remove his pants to get to safety. As the neighborhood gathers to discuss the gunfire, Dill concocts an unlikely  explanation for Jem's lack of pants. Atticus tells Jem to get his pants from Dill and  come home. At home, Jem confides in Scout that he's going back to the Radley's 
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Unformatted text preview: to get his pants. Scout literally fears for his life, but Jem would rather risk life and limb than admit to Atticus that he lied. • School starts again. This year, Jem and Scout walk home together, and they again begin finding things in the Radley's tree. After receiving several increasingly valuable treasures, Jem and Scout decide to write a thank-you note to whoever is leaving the gifts. When they try to deliver the note, however, they find to their dismay that the knothole has been filled with cement....
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