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Don't you cry, now, Scout . . . don't cry now, don't worry-
It's when you know you're licked before you begin but you begin anyway...
Jem goes back in the middle of the night to get his pants from the Radley backyard. This is Coming of age for both Jem and Scout because they now know the importance of strong relationships. They also understand how important it is to protect these relationships.
Mr. Nathan Radley fills in the knot hole with cement in an act to punish his brother, Boo Radley for leaving the house. This scene is coming of age for Jem because he realizes the world is unfair after his only sense of happiness gets taken from him. This causes him to get very upset.
After Mrs. Dubose dies, Atticus tells Jem about the true meaning of courage. This is coming of age, because learning about being brave is an important life lesson for growing up.
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