How Does Lee Show Curiosity In To Kill A Mockingbird

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In the novel To Kill a Mockingbird, curiosity takes on a big role. I see curiosity as something important. It gives you knowledge by learning new things and wanting to discover and innovate everything around them, including the earth itself. Being curious is good. In the novel, Jem and Scout are really curious. In fact, everyone is curious in the novel, just like everyone in the world. Jem and Scout are both curios for many reasons. One of them being that they want to know what happen to Boo Radley. Throughout the story, curiosity is part of them being able to finally have the answer to Boo Radley and all his secrets. The novel shows curiosity as something everyone has, which is true. In the world, curiosity is everywhere. Just like in the book.…show more content…
Scout is being really curious when she meets Dill. She wants to know things about him. She begins to ask and she digs deeper when she is not very pleased with her answer. She asks how old is he and where is he from. When she asks about his father Dill says he doesn’t have one. That makes Scout wonder why not, so she asks if he is dead, which Dill answered with a no. She becomes more curious to know about Dill’s dad and what happened. Dill never really answers the question because Jem told Scout to be quiet. She figures out that Dill doesn’t want to talk about it. That quote shows curiosity. Scout is intrigued to know about Dill’s story and his

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