posted by Donut on .
I am working on questions from the book "To Kill a Mockingbird" and i need help with this question:
1. Using Jem's description of Boo, how does Harper Lee makes it clear that we are looking through a child's eyes?
How does Jem's description of Boo differ from the way an adult would describe him?
Jem's description is so exaggerated that it could not have possibly come from an adult. As I recall, Jem says that Boo goes around scaring people at night, and eats dead cats. No mature adult would say these things about a socially awkward individual.