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Place in the 1940's, Harper Lee's To Kill a Mockingbird features a guy named Arthur Radley, Although the people of Maycomb know him as Boo. He's described as a malevolent ghost, hence his nickname, which eats cats and is over seven feet tall. Boo is popularly known as the town recluse and madman. Nonetheless, there may be some reason for his eccentric behavior. As said by William Shakespeare, "Though this be madness, yet there's method I" Boo Radley is your character in To Kill a Mockingbird that best portrays the concept of insanity. His behaviour is definitely considered eccentric. As a teen, Boo got involved with the wrong crowd of people. The team that he was in was considered by the other characters since the nearest thing to a gang that Maycomb has ever seen. The very first time we see Boo get in trouble is when the group stole the sheriff's car. This offense led Boo to being sentenced to visiting a reformatory school. However, Mr. Radley, Boo's father, convinced the judge to let him keep him at the house rather, for it could be a disgrace to send him into the reformatory school. After being locked up inside his own house, he stabs his father in the leg with a pair of scissors following the episode with the sheriff's car. When Mr. Radley died, Boo's brother, Nathan, came to take care of him. Boo's eccentricities include stabbing his father, never leaving the home, and leaving odd things from the knothole of a tree for the kids to play . Looking at these things, one would presume that Boo's mental health is not in the best shape. But digging deeper, we find that there may be some reason to his insanity. We understand Boo wasn't in his mind. In actuality, his mindset appeared to have more attributes of a kid compared to those o.. .