To Kill a Mockingbird Essay | To Kill a Mockingbird: Coming of Age

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To Kill a Mockingbird: Coming of Age

Summary: Essay discusses the issue of coming of age with Jem and Scout in "To Kill a Mockingbird."
Jem and Scout Finch discovered their coming of age after many personal accounts in "To Kill a Mockingbird." The children of this story come across terrifying and enjoyable experiences in Maycomb County. They learned how life really is in this small town of Alabama. These young kids had numerous encounters throughout this story that gave them a new outlook on life and a different view on society.

Jem came across very impolite people in this novel, but he also meet very kind people as well. Mrs. Dubose, a mean old woman yelled crudely to the two innocent kids walking by. He realizes later that she actually is not as bad as he first thought, but rather the best person he ever knew. In another incident, when Nathan Radley cemented up the "treasure" tree, Jem found that this misjudged man (Boo) was not hateful...

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