To Kill a Mocking Bird Development

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  • The Day Jem Touches The Radley House
  • Here goes nothin'!
  • First Day of School
  • The sound of money in Jem's pockets.
  • Jem Makes the Boo Radley Game
  • HAHAHAHA
  • "I can't think of a way to make him come out and without him gettin' us.' ... When he said that, I knew he was afraid"(Lee 16). Obviously Jem is still afraid of Boo Radley and the Radley place. He makes excuses for not touching the house and when he finally did touch the house he sprinted back home.
  • Jem Writes a Note for Boo
  • Please Work!
  • "You mean we can't play anymore?' I asked. 'We'll do like we always do at home,' he said, "but you'll see-school's different"(Lee 21.) As Jem and Scout get older their relationship changes. Jem doesn't want to hang out with Scout at school because he is embarrassed to be seen with her. That is not the only thing that changes their relationship with each other.
  • The Knot Hole Gets Plugged
  • "I know what we are going to play,' he announced. 'Something new, something different.' 'What?' asked Dill. 'Boo Radley"(Lee 51.) Jem was now so interested in the story of Boo Radley that he decided to make a game about the series of events that took place in the Radley house. He would end up playing Boo in his little game. They played the game for most of summer without anyone knowing what they were playing, so they thought it was great.
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  • "We are going to give a note to Boo Radley"(Lee 62.) Jem is no longer scared of Boo Radley and now wants him to come out. Scout and Dill are making sure no one comes and sees them. They are excited to see if it will work but Atticus sees them.
  • "Scout!' I ran to him. Someone had filled our knot-hole with cement"(Lee 83.) Scout had originally found items in the knot hole of the tree, but Jem became interested in the tree after someone continued to leave things inside the hole. Jem had written a note to see if it was OK that they were collecting the items from the tree.
  • Don't Cry Scout!
  • "Just think, Scout,' he said, 'if you'd just turned around, you'da seen him"(Lee 96). Jem was fascinated and scared of the fact that Boo had crept up behind them and gave Scout a blanket. He could have turned around and seen the person he was so curious about. Jem was too busy looking at the fire to notice Boo.
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