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The coming of age of Jem Jeremy Finch is shown in many ways through out the book To Kill A Mockingbird by Harper Lee He changes socially He changes mentally His feelings change emotionally He also changes to become more of an adult figure Another way he changes is that he changes physically Jem changes through out the book socially by the way he starts having better feelings toward other people There are many times when Jem start feeling bad for other people in the story like when him and scout get in a fight but even though their mad at each other he still is grow up enough to know that he should say Night Scout There are also many other incidents like when he goes out and teaches Dill how to swim Jem also goes through some bad social change when he turns twelve He is difficult to live with inconsistent and moody115 These are only a few of the things that Jem does to show that he is growing up in his social ways Mental change is another type of change that Jem goes through Jem start to think like an adult as he gets older in the book He shows it at the trial of Tim Robinson when the jury is in the jury room and he starts to talk to Reverend Sykes He starts saying thing about the trial and Reverend Sykes ask him not to talk like that in front of Scout Which shows that he knows what he is talking aboutsee page 208-209 There is also the time when he had to go and read to Mrs Dubose which he later finds out about her drug addiction which he fully understands So those are ways he changes mentally
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