To Kill a Mockingbird

Point of view of Jem Finch

In the courtroom.

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Jem doesn't really have one, it is all from Scout. We see Jem through her eyes.

In the courtroom Jem is interested, curious and not very mature in the way that he acts and the reassurance he somehow has of everything turning out okay for Tom.(It is quite obvious to us as the reader that unfortunately, Tom will not be proved not guilty).


The novel and myself.