To Kill a Mockingbird

a major theme in To Kill a Mockingbirds the journey from youth and innocence to maturity and knowledge. How does Jem symbolize this theme in chapter 12? what evidence indicates that he is growing up and changing?

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This is the chapter that Jem begins to notice things that young boys never pay attention to........ he wants Scout to act like a girl, he's interested in Cal's life and how she became the woman she is, he places money his father has given him in the offering............ none the less, he's also a moody, hormonal young man.