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Jem's Maturity in "To Kill a Mockingbird"

Summary: In "To Kill A Mockingbird" by Harper Lee, the character of Jem must deal with many adversities that help him grow into a mature adult.
Every single child has a playful, naive attitude, and because they have been introduced to the world for only a short amount of time which means that it takes time for each one of them to develop and adjust into the new environment. There is quite a big gap between adults and children because every adult has experience pain, sorrow, defeat, loss, and many other difficulties. However, these challenges allow children to develop into adults. So in the book To Kill A Mockingbird by Harper Lee, Jem, as one of the most dynamic character, experiences many devastating situations; each one bringing a new adult personality of maturity, wisdom, and most of all responsibility, which aids him in emerging into an adult.

Although in the beginning Jem is childish with a vivid imagination, over time, he faces many difficulties until he finally begins to...

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