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"We shouldna done that tonight Scout"
"... he ain't ever hurt us..."
"Don't say anything about it, Scout"
This scene demonstrates coming of age because it reveals to us that Jem regrets his childish actions. He realizes that his relationship with his father is more important than harassing the Radleys and wants to make things right.
This scene portrays coming of age because when Jem rats himself out to Atticus, explaining all that's happened he must have realized that Boo Radley could be a normal person. To do this he had to overcome his imagination and all the rumors .
This scene proves Jem is coming of age because when he finally finds out that his father has talents he understands why he doesn't brag about them. He even stops Scout from spreading this rumor because he can tell that his father hides his talents for a reason.
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