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To Kill A Mockingbird Essay - Character Analysis of Jem FinchGerman Finch What can you say about him Well you can say that he is a pretty great character In the next couple pages Ill tell you just why this is Ill also explain my views on this important literary figure So sit back relax and get ready for the AE Biography of German Finch Well not really AE Biography but good anywayGerman Finch otherwise known as Jem was a key figure in the book To Kill A Mockingbird This co-star of the book is in his teenage years and was mentioned in the first paragraph of the book This type of literary action is usually used to signify a special role in the story He was introduced as Scout Finchs brother who broke his arm at an early age in his life He is also introduced as liking sports at an earl age This tells us that he is very outgoing This is important because throughout the story Jem and Scout get into trouble involving being physically fit For example when German jumped the fence to get away from the brother of Boo Radley its a good thing he was physically fit otherwise he could have ripped a little more than just his pants Also being physically fit I think made Scout want to look up to Jem even more Seeing as Scout enjoys physical activities herself having an older relative in her immediate family gives her more to do In that way the story involves the two children in their adventures not just Scout Jem I think is portrayed perfectly to be a brother to scout He is almost too real for this book If you look at it Jem acts in ways and does things that most older brothers do to their smaller weaker siblings in this case a sister Basically he acts like he can do anything and act
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