To Kill a Mockingbird

What does Jem mean about Attics being a gentleman like him? What change does this illustrate about Jem?

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In Chapter Ten, Jem realizes that his father is more then he'd ever imagined him to be. He finally sees Atticus for what he really is; a good, respectful, humble man; a gentleman. This change illustrates Jem's budding maturity.


To Kill a Mockingbird