Dill's Innocence In To Kill A Mockingbird

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Dill is an important character in the novel To Kill a Mockingbird. Dill sparks the interest of Authur Radley to Jem and Scout. In the book, Dill gets Jem to go past the gate and touch the house, and Jem, Dill, and Scout go sneak into the Radley's backyard. Dill is also an example of childhood innocence. Dill shows Scout how you can't just assume with people. When Mr. Raymond offers Dill something to drink from the paper sack Scout just assumes that it is beer, but it is actually Coca-Cola. Since Dill didn't really know that Mr. Raymond was a drunkard he didn't suspect that Mr. Raymond had any beer in the paper sack. Dill gives Scout a new and great friendship. When Jem breaks the kid code, Dill and Scout kind of steer away from him Jem. Dill
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