Scout treats him as she would any neighbor. She understands now that Boo had been watching her and Jem the whole time, and that he was a true. The moment Miss Maudie's house catches on fire Boo silently and unknowingly puts a Jem and Scouts relationship with Arthur(Boo) Radley. Boo the Reality. (Click the character infographic to download.) After the Tom Robinson trial, Jem and Scout start to have a different understanding of Boo Radley.
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The gifts in the tree reach their climax though when Jem and Scout find two hand carved figures of soap, which are of two children that resemble themselves quite well. The next day as they walk past to deliver a thank-you note, they arrive to find that someone has poured concrete into the hole in the tree where the gifts were hiding. The children later find out that it was Mr. Nathan Radley, the very controlling older brother of Boo who filled up the hole.
This is when Ms. The fire begins to really take hold of the wooden house and it burned so ferociously that Atticus actually wakes up the kids and tells them to get out of the house in case it catches fire. When they discover that it has come from Boo, their feelings towards him begin to waver from terrified- to more understanding and compassionate. The final incident occurs after the trial when Mr.
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Ewewl is trying to get revenge on Atticus for embarrassing him in the court by attempting to kill Jem and Scout. As Jem and Scout are walking home from the school Halloween party, Mr. Ewewl suddenly runs up from behind them and attacks them with a knife. In the resulting struggle, Jem manages to keep Mr. Ewewl away from Scout, but it is this attempt to protect his sister that gets his arm broken. Ewewl comes at Jem, but is pulled away by Boo who has run out of his house to try and protect the children.
He manages to overpower Mr. Tom is physically handicapped, like a bird with a broken wing, but his race is probably a bigger "disability" in the Maycomb community. As a result of these handicaps, both men's lives are cut short.
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Whatever Boo's problems may be, the reader knows that something happened to Boo that has caused him to become a recluse. For all practical purposes, Tom's life ends when a white woman decides to accuse him of rape.
Boo sees Scout and Jem as his children, which is why he parts with things that are precious to him, why he mends Jem's pants and covers Scout with a blanket, and why he ultimately kills for them: Radley wouldn't have cemented the knothole.
But Boo is undeterred and loves them, even with the probable knowledge that he is the object of their cruel, childish games.
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Tom also recognizes Mayella as a person in need. On the witness stand, he testifies that he gladly helped her because "'Mr.Boo Radley TKAM final project
Ewell didn't seem to help her none, and neither did the chillun. Both men know their town very well. Unbeknownst to the Finch children, Boo has watched them grow up.