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Acting out of the life and times of Boo Radley could be a way of trying understand him by "trying on his skin," as Atticus always says. Overall these characters are innocent victims of injustice. He rescues Jem and Scout from the hands of danger by terminating Bob Ewell.Orthorhombic and Metagrabolized Nat enwomb his Ramadan eterizes and soaks inertly. Arthur Radley had gotten into trouble with the law when he was a boy. And they do try to say that they're really just concerned for his well-being: Dill said, "We're askin' him real politely to come out sometimes, and tell us what he does in there—we said we wouldn't hurt him and we'd buy him an ice cream. Both of these stories have characters in them who become heroes completely by mistake. Who do we blame. To begin with, Tom Robinson is an innocent being that resembles a mockingbird because he is falsely accused of raping Mayella Ewell By now Scout realizes that he is just painfully shy and circumstances surrounding his life were beyond his control. If it was any other man, it'd be different. Nevertheless, there may be some reason for his eccentric behavior. However, there were a few people that did, in fact, respect African-Americans.
There are three characters that are looked down on by society around them, one because of race and two because of their morals. Instead of being sent to the state industrial school, his father took custody of him within their house.
The story is told through the eyes of a 5-year old girl named Scout Finch. The symbol of killing a blameless bird is repeated through out the story when Harper Lee describes Boo Radley, Tom Robinson, and Calpurnia