What does Boo Radley look like?
Similarly one may ask, what does Boo Radley really look like in Chapter 29?
Summary: Chapter 29 When Scout gets to the point in the story where Jem was picked up and carried home, she turns to the man in the corner and really looks at him for the first time. He is pale, with torn clothes and a thin, pinched face and colorless eyes. She realizes that it is Boo Radley.
Likewise, what do the kids say about Boo Radley? Jem tells the children that Boo's hands are bloodstained from eating raw animals and mentions that there is a long jagged scar running across his face. Jem also tells Scout and Dill that Boo has yellow, rotten teeth, large eyes, and drools the majority of the time.
Secondly, how does Boo Radley really look like?
Expert Answers info He has a white face and white hands, hollow cheeks, gray eyes that are almost "colorless," and hair that is "dead and thin, almost feathery." Scout describes the way Boo moves—uncertainly—and says that Boo has a cough and takes a handkerchief to his mouth.
What do Jem and Scout think about Boo Radley?
At the beginning of To Kill A Mockingbird by Harper Lee, Arthur "Boo" Radley is described by Jem and Scout as a "malevolent phantom" (8). Jem and Scout do not think of Boo Radley as an ethical person until the end of the book when they find that he is a well-intentioned young man.