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Why does Jem become furious when Scout makes reference to the trial?
Jem thinks Scout's making fun of and purposely upsetting him.
Jem is still mad at Atticus for failing to get Tom Robinson acquitted.
Jem doesn't want to think about the trial because it upsets him.
Jem is upset for reasons that have nothing to do with the trial.
Jem feels betrayed because Scout's not as affected by the trial as he is.