Tough And Mature In Scout's Honor

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Tough,and Mature are the two important things that the narrator process on “Scout’s Honor”.Avi plans everything for their overnight hike he wants to show that he can be mature,and show that he is tough by going by himself and his friends.The narrator wants to show that can be mature,and tough.
For example,the narrator says “let's go back home”he thinks that's being mature.In addition the narrator want to do things by himself to prove that he is mature.Also this shows that the narrator wants to be tough so that he is able to go to go by himself.The narrator shows that he’s mature by giving half of his sandwich.This shows, that the narrator wants to be mature as and tough.Also this shows that the narrator wants to show his friends he can be mature.The

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