Explain what Atticus means by telling Jem not to let his discovery "inspire" him to go "further glory" in To Killa Mockingbird?In Chapter 8 when…

Explain what Atticus means by telling Jem not to let his discovery "inspire" him to go "further glory" in To Killa Mockingbird?In Chapter 8 when…

Explain what Atticus means by telling Jem not to let his discovery "inspire" him to go "further glory" in To Killa Mockingbird?In Chapter 8 when…

Explain what Atticus means by telling Jem not to let his discovery "inspire" him to go "further glory" in To Killa Mockingbird?In Chapter 8 when…

When Atticus tells Jem this, it is right after the fire.  Jem has been shocked by seeing Mr. Nathan Radley helping at the fire and has been even more shocked by the idea that it was Boo who put the blanket on him.Up until now, Jem has imagined Boo as some sort of monster.  He has been doing all of these things at the Radley house to show how brave he is to be able to mess with the monster.  This is what Atticus means — he means that Jem should not try to do more and more stuff at the Radleys’.Jem is likely to listen now because he has seen that Atticus was right about Boo.  If Boo isn’t a monster, and if Atticus is right, it makes sense to listen to Atticus and quit messing with the Radleys’ home.
Explain what Atticus means by telling Jem not to let his discovery "inspire" him to go "further glory" in To Killa Mockingbird?In Chapter 8 when…