Jem Finch Character Analysis

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Jean Louise Finch (Scout) is the daughter of Atticus Finch and the sister of Jem, she is also the main character and the narrator of the story, and she grows physically and morally throughout the book in positive and negative ways. There are multiple events in the story that changes her, they develop her morality too. For example her fear of the Radleys, Atticus’ parenting and how Jem and Dill’s friendship is larger than her with them. The world of ‘To Kill A Mockingbird’ was placed in the past, when there is still racism. There are the poor families, and they are treated like garbage, and there are the very unfortunate families. The Finch family lives in the same neighborhood as the mysterious Radleys, people see them come out of their creepy…show more content…
At that moment is where Scout met Boo Radley which put a blanket on her when she was staring at the house as it burned down in front of everybody’s eyes. The items found in the hole in the tree started to make a distant relationship between Boo and Scout, which started the children to make Boo Radley the hero of their game instead of the villain. After chapter 8 of the novel, Boo becomes the children’s watchful protector, and being there whenever they need him. For example providing a blanket for Scout and saving Jem at the end of the story. So in conclusion, Scout grows in positive and negative ways throughout the story. She is now a greater person, because of the work of the other characters such as Atticus, Jem, and etc. Although there are a lot of positive ways she grows, there are also negative ways that she grows, for example, how she can get too confident towards other people. She still has a long life ahead of
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