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Radley filled the hole in the tree with cement to stop Boo Radley from anonymously interacting with the children by leaving them gifts in the hole. He tells Scout and Jem that he filled in the hole because the tree was dying. Why would there be no more surprises in the tree in To Kill a Mockingbird? Nathan Radley cemented up the hole so that Boo could not leave any more surprises. Nathan Radley, (Boo) Arthur Radley's older brother, sealed up the tree hole using cement, preventing Boo from putting anymore presents in the hole for the Finch children, hence there would be no more surprises. It turned out to be Arthur "Boo" Radley.
The question remains as to why the hole is filled with cement. Mr. Radley says the tree is sick, but Atticus (who never lies to Jem and Scout) tell the kids it looks healthy to him. I do not believe the hole is filled as a slight to Jem and Scout. However, from what we know of Boo's past at the hands of his father when he was younger, it is not hard to believe that Mr. Radley does this to punish Boo. When Arthur Radley, a typical teen, gets in trouble with the law on minor charges, his father takes it very seriously. By filling the hole, Mr. Radley continues treating Boo as he was treated when he first got in trouble. He is separated from the company of other people-from the outside world. His gifts-if we believe they are his-are a way for Boo to connect to the children. Closing the hole isolates Boo yet again for the minor infraction-an error in judgment-of his youth. This is why, I assume, Mr. Radley fills in the hole.
So why, you might be wondering, is there a scary-looking small hole in every airplane window? Well, in short, despite what it seems, it’s there for your safety. he purpose of the small bleed hole in the pane is to allow pressure to equilibrate between the passenger cabin and the air gap between the panes, so that the cabin pressure during flight is applied to only the outer pane," Marlowe Moncur, director of technology at GKN Aerospace – a passenger window manufacturing company – explained to Slate. So that means that if the outer pane somehow was broken by debris, we'd still have the middle pane to protect us from the lack of air pressure outside.
Walkin' (PRLP 7076) is a Miles Davis compilation album released in 1957 by Prestige Records. The album compiles material previously released on two 10 inch LPs in 1954, along with one previously unreleased tune. Both sessions were recorded at Rudy Van Gelder's home studio.
|A||Tree In The Hole||2:50|
|B||Why I'm Walkin'||2:41|
|C45-105||Tiny Coshart||Tree In The Hole / Why I'm Walkin' (7", Single, Promo)||Coulee||C45-105||US||1965|