To Kill a Mockingbird Chapter 12 Summary & Analysis. LitCharts assigns a color and icon to each theme in To Kill a Mockingbird, which you can use to track the themes throughout the work. Seemingly overnight after Mrs. Dubose’s death, Jem becomes moody and starts telling Scout what to do, including to act like a proper girl.How old is Jem in Chapter 12?
Summary: Chapter 12 By this time, Jem has reached the age of twelve, and he begins to demand that Scout “stop pestering him” and act more like a girl. Scout becomes upset and looks forward desperately to Dill’s arrival in the summer. To Scout’s disappointment, however, Dill does not come to Maycomb this year.What is Chapter 12 about?
Following the events of chapter 11, Chapter 12 is focused on Scout and Jem's visit to Calpurnia 's church. Here, Scout witnesses firsthand the racial inequalities in her community as she contrasts the white church she attends to the conditions of the all black church, First Purchase.What happens in Chapter 12 of Maycomb?
Summary: Chapter 12. Scout becomes upset and looks forward desperately to Dill’s arrival in the summer. To Scout’s disappointment, however, Dill does not come to Maycomb this year. He sends a letter saying that he has a new father (presumably, his mother has remarried) and will stay with his family in Meridian.