What are 15 personality traits of Jem Finch in To Kill a Mockingbird?
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1. Creative/ 2. Inventive - He helped create dramas, ways to get to Boo Radley, a treehouse, and the morphodite.
3. Curious - He wanted to know about Boo Radley.
4. Sensitive - Jem regularly spent time alone. These are times when he was thinking about his mother. He also took the trial quite hard.
5. Protective/ 6. Brave - He was fighting Bob Ewell, a grown man, when Boo Radley rescued him.
7. Fair/ 8. Generous - He brings Walter home for lunch after Scout beats him up.
9. Pensive - He spends time thinking about things like the fact that someone had sewn up his pants and the points of the trial.
10. Human - He won't do something for nothing. He had to be paid to take his sister to school.
11. Understanding - When Aunt Alexandra arrived, he got it. He understood that it was best to just stay out of the way rather than try to cause further problems.
12. Defensive - Jem didn't want to be shown up by a little kid. He was always trying to show Dill how he was better than him.
13. Moral/Just - Jem believed that Tom should have been let off.
14. Perceptive/ 15. Stubborn - Jem understood at the jail that night that if the kids left, the group could have beat up Atticus. But because the kids were there, they probably wouldn't do it.
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