How Does Boo Radley Show Courage

President Franklin Delano Roosevelt had the greatest courage to take over President Herbert Hoover’s disorder in America to an accomplished nation. He helped others in the struggle of life or death. Harper Lee’s book, To Kill A Mockingbird, shows many characters putting others before themselves. As Boo Radley decided to come out of his home, where it was safe for him, to save Jem and Scout from Bob Ewell who was trying to hurt them. He had help to protect their risk of being killed. Atticus helps Tom Robinson with a case that already has Tom guilty. So even though he knows he would not win his case, he still wants Tom to know that someone cares to hear his opinion. Before Atticus quits after he wants everybody in the court to hear what he thinks about all courts and jury about how judgmental they are being without actually saying it.“One more thing, gentlemen, before I quit [...] …show more content…
Boo sees what was happening and builds up the courage to go outside of his house and save two kids that had judge him without knowing him also pretending to be him in front of his own home, he still has a heart for them. Jem had matured a bit and rethinks why Boo Radley stays in his home.“I think I’m beginning to understand why Boo Radley’s stayed shut up in the house all this time… it’s because he wants to stay inside” (230). Scout tells how once so scary Boo was Jem’s and Scouts hero. “Somebody was staggerin’ around and pantin’ and-coughing fit to die. I thought it was Jem at first, but It didn’t sound like him, so I went looking for Jem on the ground. I thought Atticus had come to help us and had got wore out” (272). Boo Radley for years stayed in the safety of his home and decides to go into the corrupt world to save Jem and Scout from Bob who was trying to hurt them even though he seems to be weak and old he still has the strength to save them from being killed, even

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