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Scout and Jem Are Being Watched

Summary: Essay discusses how Scout and Jem are being watched in "To Kill a Mocking Bird" by Harper Lee.
There are several examples that clearly show that someone is watching the children. For example, Scout getting stranded in the front yard of the Radley's house, shows some one is watching them. After Scout is put in the tire and rolled by Jem, she hits the Radley's crib and "popped like a cork out if the tire." When on the ground recovering from her dizziness, she hears laughter coming from the Radley house. She quickly leaves the yard and does not notice the laughter till later in the day. The laughter may have been because of the way Jem acted when Scout was in the yard. He panicked and repeated "Scout, Scout get out of there." This shows someone is watching them play, for the laughter was because of the children's actions. Also, another example that proves the children are being watched is the...

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