TKAM Jem coming of age
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Why'd he fill it up, I never got to say thanks. The world isn't fair at all.
Man we'll really have something to talk about on Monday at school.
Don't say anything about it. If Atticus would've wanted us to know he would've told us and if he was proud of it too.
I wanted you to see what real courage is, instead of getting the idea that courage is a man with a gun in his hand.
In this scene Jem watches Mr. Radley fills up the knot hole with cement and makes Jem feel bad because he wanted to put a letter in the hole telling whoever put the stuff in there that he and scout were thankful for it. This scene is coming of age because it makes Jem feel like life will never be fair and sometimes he wont get everything he wants.
This scene shows scout telling Jem that she will tell everyone at school that her dad can do something that no one elses dad can do what he did a shoot a dog in one shot. The scene shown is coming of age because whenAtticus had taken the shot he knew that his dad wasn't proud of being able to do what he had done, so he tried to explain it to scout but he knew she probably wouldn't understand.
This last scene shows Atticus giving a lesson to Jem, and then he starts realizing a bunch of things that were going on and has all kinds of emotions. finally this scene is coming of age because by Atticus teaching him what real courage is and not a man with a gun in his hand I think his eyes start to widen and sees really whats going on.
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