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Scout

-Young girl raised by Atticus
-very intellegent
-Tomboy of Maycomb
-Fits in more with her brothers
-Comes in contact with evils of the world
-Perspectives change as book progresses
-Shows theme of innocence,

Atticus

-Respected by citizens of Maycomb
-Agrees to defend Tom Robinson
-Never hold a grudge
-Always forgive
-Walk in other people's shoes
- Novel's moral guide

Jem

-Enters puberty
-becomes exposed to being an adult
-Shed innocence
-Scouts role model

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