Johnny Tremain

johhny changing

how does johnny change throughout the novel? with a quote please!!!!!!!


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As Johnny ages, he loses his pride and becomes more modest about his skills. He is willing to do any sort of work if it is helpful, even if it is slightly embarrassing––like his assignment to pretend he is a child so he can deliver a message to Mr. Newman. He also gains more empathy for the people around him. At first, he is only interested in Cilla and Isannah when they are useful to him. However, he comes to genuinely care about them––especially Cilla––as he grows older.