Jem Finch-quotations and what we learn

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  • Created on: 08-05-18 20:33
Scout Finch
Jem Finch
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"In all his life Jem had never declined a dare."
This shows Jem wants to be thought of as brave and thinks it would be shameful to be thought as weak or cowardly.
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"Jem was careful to explain to me during school hours i was not to bother him."
This shows he values his reputation and doesnt want his little sister tagging along behind him.
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"come on home for dinner with us Walter,' he said 'we'd be glad to have you."
This shows Jem is kind and troes to fix Scouts mistakes.
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"besides I dont think hes still in there. He died years ago and they stuffed him up the chimmeny."
This shows he is imaginitive and can sometimes let his imagination run away with him.
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"JEM seemed to be having a quiet fit. He was pounding the balcony rail softly and once he whispered 'we've got him.'
This shows Jem can read deeply into things, and, like atticus, would make a good lawyer.
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"His face was streaked with angry tears as we made our way through the cheerful crowd 'it ain't right,' he muttered."
This shows Jem is empathetic and can be quite emotional. it also shows Jem has quite a good sense of right and wrong.
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Card 2

Front

This shows Jem wants to be thought of as brave and thinks it would be shameful to be thought as weak or cowardly.

Back

"In all his life Jem had never declined a dare."

Card 3

Front

This shows he values his reputation and doesnt want his little sister tagging along behind him.

Back

Preview of the back of card 3

Card 4

Front

This shows Jem is kind and troes to fix Scouts mistakes.

Back

Preview of the back of card 4

Card 5

Front

This shows he is imaginitive and can sometimes let his imagination run away with him.

Back

Preview of the back of card 5
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