what are the problems of Jem's different attitudes since he is growing up in to kill a moking bird between chapter 1 and 12?
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Jem is growing up and a bit uncomfortable in his own skin. There's the blur between childhood innocence and discovering the world isn't the perfect place you envisioned. In play, he grows away from his sister and Dill, becoming more of a loner. He learns to look at people differently, expects right to win out over wrong, and goes on to find out that there's a lot more to figuring out life than he thought.