To Kill a Mockingbird

What evidence of Jem's increasing maturity does Lee include in this chapter?

Chapter 23

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Jem explains the social order of the town to Aunt Alexandra. He is calm and methodical like his father. Jem also holds greater insight. He says that after the ugliness of the town that he witnessed, it is no wonder that Boo shuts himself off.