To Kill a Mockingbird

Describe how Jem and Scout's attutide about Mrs. Dubose changes from the begging of the chapter to the end.

I've thought about this a lot and I know they didn't like her at the beginning and liked her at the end,but can't find the 2 quotes I need to support my answer..

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In the end both kids figure out that Mrs. Dubose was actually a morphine addict who had vowed to go clean before she died. Scout and Jem, unknowingly, helped her by reading and keeping her company. Scout and Jem learn to see beneath appearances and examine the truth. Like their father, the kids realize that a little understanding and compassion can break down barriers. As for the quotes, just take a look at the chapter. It will take you like two minutes!