Dolphus Raymond To Kill A Mocking Bird Analysis

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Have you ever judged a book by its cover? Well in “To Kill A Mockingbird”, there is a character named Dolphus Raymond who has a family that gets judged like that daily. Maycomb has a “disease” called racism. Racism is the reason Dolphus Raymond and his family gets judged throughout Maycomb. Almost everybody in Maycomb follows the rules of racism, which puts Dolphus Raymond in a tough situation. Maycomb is a town in the 1930’s. At that time in history racism takes a huge role in people's life. Most whites despised blacks and wanted nothing to do with them and it was a disgrace for a white to mess around with a black. Dolphus Raymond is white and his wife is black and they have mixed kids. In the book Lee states, “They don't belong anywhere.
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