Coming Of Age Events In To Kill A Mockingbird

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In the book “To Kill A Mockingbird” there are numerous coming-of-age events with Jem and Scout, who are brother and sister. Scout is a different type of girl, she wears clothes that make her look like a tomboy, has her hair cut short to her shoulders and is innocent and naive. Jem is a boy who is starting to spark an interest in things such as football and guns. Scout and Jem grow up in a time of racial discrimination and segregation in Maycomb, Alabama. Yet, have a father who shows them a disparate perspective of thinking.
In chapter 3 of “To Kill A Mockingbird” Scout tells her father about her bad experience at her first day of school. She was told by Miss Caroline to stop letting her father (Atticus) teach her how to read. Miss Caroline
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