To Kill a Mockingbird

What accounts for the changed relationship between jem and scout?


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Jem and Scout's relationship changes over the novel due to the fact they're both growing up. Jem, of course, is entering young adulthood and learning how the world works. He's less likely to indulge in the kid's games that he and Scout uses to play.


To Kill a Mockingbird