Boo Radley And To Kill A Mockingbird

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Boo Radley demonstrated personal stewardship toward Jem and Scout discreetly and openly. In the beginning, Boo would leave treasures in the tree for Scout and Jem to find. Without the children's knowledge Boo was watching out for them. Boo covered Scout with a blanket the night of the house fire without being noticed, and Boo saved the children's lives in the end. Boo remained a protector of the children, even though he was aware of their beliefs of himself. Tom Robinson was a steward to many, but was convicted of a crime that he did not commit. Mayella Ewell accused Tom of rape, which lead to a community uproar. Tom continued to profess his innocence, but to no avail. Tom was an upstanding member of his community, and helped everyone that
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