In the novel, "To Kill a Mockingbird," written by Harper Lee, Jem (Jeremy) Atticus Finch is one of the important characters. Jem is the son of Atticus Finch and the eldest brother of Scout by four years. The book starts off with Jem as a nine years old boy entering puberty while going through a traumatic and complex life. Jem used to be a consistent playmate to Scout. However, Jem tries to ignore Scout and plays with their new friend, Dill by leaving Scout alone with Miss Maudie to care. Moreover, Jem even teases Scout for being acting like a girl more and more everyday. Jem moves into adolescence and becomes Scout's accompany by protecting her after all at the end of storyline. While Jem grows in his childhood, he becomes more mature and idolizes his father. Jem is an educated young adult who can identify right or wrong. For instance, Dill sneaks up to Scout's bedroom from escaping his home. Meanwhile, Jem immediately tells Dill that his parents ought to know where he is. Hence, Jem is an idealistic boy going through a whole new stage of life.
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