To Kill A Mocking Bird - Boo Radley

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In addition to being emotionally absent in Boo’s life, going to work everyday caused his father to also be physically absent. Mr. Radley is absent during most of the story. Lee doesn’t speak much of the bodily presence of Mr. Radley until the last few pages of the book. He is always spoken of but hardly about...
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He is always spoken of but hardly about. Many events in the novel revolve around Mr. Radley’s existence. When Jem touches Mr. Radley’s house, it is reinforced that Boo is a social misfit. We, as readers, are never given the story from Mr. Radley’s perspective until the very end of the novel. When Boo sits and talks to Scout, his years of physical absence from her life come to an end...
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