To Kill a Mockingbird

When Mrs. Henry Lafayette Dubose pushes Jem too far, he loses his mind a bit, destroying her flowers and breaking Scout's baton. What other rough does he do in the moment? What message can we take from this part of the incident?


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I think that Jem has a temper when it comes to people insulting his father. Although Jem shares many traits with his father, he is still a boy and has his limits. I can't think of anything else rough that Jem does at the the spur of the moment.