To Kill a Mockingbird Essay | Student Essay

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To Kill A Mockingbird - Boo Radley

Summary: A 1 paragraph analysis of Boo Radley and the real person inside of him, despite what others think of him.  From the novel To Kill A Mockingbird by Harper Lee
    The true identity of a person is revealed through their actions. There is no exception to this theory in the novel To Kill a Mockingbird  by Harper Lee. She uses the actions of her characters to reveal their true identity. One character, Boo Radley is portrayed as a good person despite earlier beliefs. Through his acts of kindness, compassion and courage his true identity is revealed. Firstly Boo Radley is a very kind man. Before Scout and Jem have met Boo, they assume he is mean and unkind. Scout is proven wrong when she discovers gifts for her and Jem from Boo. "And yet I remember, two Indian-head pennies, chewing gum, soap dolls, a rusty medal, a broken watch and chain." (Lee 242). Actions such as this display qualities of a good man. Secondly, despite his silence, Boo is a...

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