. "It doesn't make sense to me. Looks like if Mr. Arthur was hankerin' after heaven he'd come out on the porch at least. Atticus says God's loving folks like you love yourself-"
This quote, from Scout, plays yet another major role in the story line of To Kill a Mockingbird. It shows how the children, like a previous quote states, grow up learning old ways. The reader can see how Scout, although most of the time thinking for herself, even takes after the town somewhat. She stereotypes Boo Radley just like the rest of the town. This quote also displays foreshadowing. Later in the novel, the children get to meet Boo Radley, and see what kind of person he is. This sentence plays into the last part of the book. Scout stereotypes Boo, but she will find out later on what kind of demeanor he takes.
hope this helps...this is what my english teacher told me and some of my own words