Scout played mrs radley jem boo radley and dill

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story of Boo Radley. Scout played Mrs. Radley, Jem-Boo Radley, and Dill played Mr. Radley. Making their scenes more complex everyday, the three entertained themselves for most of the summer before Atticus caught them, forbidding them to play that game again. D. Two Characters: Scout, the main character, is a tomboy. Knowing she can do anything her brother, Jem, can do she is confident and able to stand up for herself. She never let anybody push her around, for instance, when Walter Cunninghum, refusing to take the money from Miss Caroline, accidentally got her in trouble she beat him up. The other main character is Jem. Wanting to get Boo Radley to come out, he goes to all kinds of lengths to acheive his goal. Like losing his pants over the fence trying to sneak over to Boo’s house. E. Summarization Atticus took on a case for a black man accused of raping a white woman. The case did not go well and Atticus’s family went through some rough times because of the case. Atticus’s sister Alexandria came to stay with them during the case and Scout developed a strong dislike for her. The jury decided the black man was guilty and Jem nad Scout took it hard. Dressed for her part in the school play, Scout and Jam are attacked on their way home. Jem received a broken arm and Scout had been saved by the chicken wire around
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her from her costume and Boo Radley. Meeting Boo for the first time, Scout and him later became good friends. F. Theme: I think the theme of this book is being able to overcome the toughest odds to do what you think is right, even if the result isn’t what you wanted it to be. G. Does the title fit? I think the title fits perfectly because falsely accusing someone of a crime is kind of like killing a mockingbird.
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