How Does Jem Mature In To Kill A Mockingbird

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Have you ever read To Kill A Mockingbird by Harper Lee? Scout is the main character of this book. Her real name is Jean Louise Finch. She narrates the novel, on her point of view. She tells the story as a flashback on her childhood. Her view is different from everyone else, because she was young when all of this happened. Scout is a tomboy who matures in the novel, but she still judges people even though she was taught not to by Atticus. Scout, likes being a kid and having fun. She does not like being called girly, simply because she is not. She plays with her brother and their summertime buddy Dill. She fights with a lot of other characters throughout the novel. Both physically and verbally, Scout seems like she enjoys fighting. She physically fights with Walter and Jem, but verbally argues with her aunt Alexandria. This shows she is not afraid to stand up for herself. She says things she thinks of. She doesn’t really think before she speaks, it shows her personality as a child in the novel. She says things Atticus does because she looks up to her father.…show more content…
In the beginning of the story, she is very immature. She was getting in fights at school, arguing with Jem, and just being the little girl she was. She did not need to act very mature, but she was too immature. As her and her father are getting called bad names, she starts making better decisions. Whenever she gets called a coward by Cecil Jacobs, she does not hit him. She takes Atticus’s advice and stops getting in fights. This shows Scout can mature like her brother. Scout is going through changes because of what is happening around her. Her fathers’ court case is one of the main reasons she has to
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