To Kill a Mockingbird

Scouts relationship with jem as she grows up


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Jem and Scout's relationship changes the most over the course of the story. When we first meet them, they are playmates. By the time the story ends, they have truly become the older brother and younger sister we love. Jem matures and begins to shrug off childish excursions, and although Scout is initially hurt by his by his pulling away, she later comes to understand.