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Using RACE and using only one vocabulary word explain how the realization Jem experiences about Boo Radley makes him different from Scout in chapters 1 to 7. -Eccentric -Predilection -Illicit -Auspicious -Benevolence


RACE: Specifically, in chapters 1 to 7, Jem's realization about Boo Radley sets him apart from Scout in a few different ways. One key difference is that Jem's moment of realization is more unique and unusual, or eccentric, compared to Scout's. While Scout has always been intrigued by Boo and his mysterious presence in the neighborhood, Jem has always been more skeptical and even fearful of him. It is only through Jem's predilection for adventure and courage that he is able to peak into the Radley house and make connections about Boo's true nature. This realization ultimately leads to their illicit plan to draw Boo out of his house by leaving small tokens of kindness for him to find. This plan, although well-intentioned, is not something Scout would have thought of on her own, showcasing Jem's creativity and benevolence towards Boo. Overall, Jem's awareness of Boo's true self allows him to approach the situation with a sense of auspiciousness, while Scout continues to view Boo as a mysterious and somewhat scary figure.