"Cut that out! what do you think you're doing?" This reveals how Jem is always preventing scout from getting in trouble at school
Effect on others
When he kept warning scout to be quiet when they were walking home, this reveals that Jem sensed danger and tried to protect scout as much as he could.
When Jem is always breaking up the fights that scout gets herself into, this reveals how jem is constantly looking after Scout.
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"No you're not. Now listen. Atticus ain't never whipped me since i can remember, and i plan to keep it that way." This might reveal that Jem has always been on his fathers good side.
Jem's manly little face might reveal that he might haves the looks of a mature person.
When jem goes back to the Radley yard to retrieve his pants and finds them already folded on the fence, thhis could reveal that Boo radley had empathy for him and didn't want jem to be in trouble with Atticus
Jem as a character can be revealed as a character who is always preventing scout from getting into fights, and has always been on his fathers good side. he is also protecting scout whenever he needs to and gets empathy from people such as boo radley. Jem always tries his best to help scout and at some times, can be stubborn. He can be seen as mature and having possibly long hair.
The time where jem refuses to get down from his treehouse unless Atticus agrees to play football for the methodists reveals how stubborn jem can be.
Jems hair being in front of his eyebrows may also reveal that jem might have really long hair.