To Kill a Mocking Bird

The Grey Ghost

‘s about a ship an’ Three Fingere ‘n’ Stoner’s Boy... Yeah, an’ they a;; thought it was Stoner’s Boy messin’ up their clubhouse an’ throwin’ ink all over it an’... An’ they chased him ‘n’ never could catch him ‘cause they didn’t know what he looked like, an’ Atticus, when they finally saw him, why he hadn’t done any of those things... Atticus, she was real nice...’

Here, in Scouts re count of the novel, she describes a story very similar to her story revolving around Arthur Radely. The children misjudged him at first. They based their thoughts of him around neighbourhood tales and childish fantasies. All throughout the final chapter it is hinted at about scouts change in reasoning. This description of the novel confirms the lessons Scout has learnt and when Atticus goes on to say ,’Most people are Scout, when you finally see them’, this lesson is re-affirmed.