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Analysis of Scout

Summary: Essay describes the changes in Scout in Harper Lee's "To Kill a Mockingbird."
The novel, To Kill a Mockingbird, by Harper Lee, is narrated by Jean Louise Finch, a scrawny, six year old tomboy. She is the daughter of Atticus Finch, one of the town's best lawyers. Her mother died when she was only two, and because of this, she was raised by her father and her African American maid, Calpurnia. Throughout the novel, Jean Louise, more commonly called Scout, matures through her different experiences. The experience that changed her the most was the attack on her and Jem, her brother, by a drunken Mr. Bob Ewell. Scout's growth and maturity, however, are shown by Harper Lee through her different perceptions of the town misfit, Arthur, or Boo, Radley.

By calling Arthur Radley "Boo Radley", Scout shows that she was young, naive, and would listen to whatever others would say. She believes that Boo is a pale, specter of man...

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