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  • House Slapper
  • Jem no!
  • Delivering the Letter
  • Atticus is coming!
  • Sneaking on the Property
  • Run!
  • “Jem threw open the gate and sped to the side of the house, slapped it with his palm and ran back past us, not waiting to see if his foray was successful." Page 18 Jem was fearless since the beginning of the story, but he becomes more and more courageous throughout the novel.
  • The Pants
  • “The pole lacked several inches of being long enough, and Jem leaned over as far as he could.” Page 64 As usual, Jem is the one attempting to deliver the note. His pride does not get in the way of his attempts to get the note to the house. His brave attitude is growing.
  • Who Filled the Hole?
  • “Jem leaped off the porch and galloped toward us. He flung open the gate, danced Dill and me through, and shooed us between two rows of swishing collards.” Page 71 Jem now is saving both himself, and his friends from being shot. He puts himself before other, building more bravery.
  • The Snowman
  • "'When I went back, they were folded across the fence... like they were expectin' me.'" Page 78 This is one of the first times Jem is ever fearful of something. This is the first moment that Jem realizes that something might being going on involving him and the Radley's.
  • OMG
  • "'Mr. Radley, ah-did you put cement in that hole in that tree down yonder?'" Page 83 This is a big moment for Jem because he has finally worked up the courage to ask Mr. Radley about something that upsets him. Before, he would have never asked him because of his fear.
  • Did you fill the hole, Mr. Radley?
  • "'Mr. Avery's sort of shaped like a snowman, ain't he?'" Page 89 This is an example of Jem's creative ideas. When they build a snowman, he thinks they should base it after one of their neighbors. This is showing Jem's creativity, intelligence, and that he is observant.
  • Looks like Mr. Avery!
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