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About Charles Harris Baker (Dill)

Summary: A brief look into Dill Harris' thoughts and his personality. To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee.
Dill Harris is a close and dear friend of Scout and Jem. Charles Baker Harris known as Dill to his buddies. He spends summer with his aunt/Dill is interested in getting Boo(Arthur) Radley out side his house. Dill is confident and once askes Scout to marry him during his second summer in Maycomb. Dill's imagination is active and he doesn't understand why anyone would want to be cruel to another person.He shows this when he endures the most difficult summer in Maycomb County.While Atticus undergoes his defending Tom Robinson and they all watch the trial. Dill doesn't really appreciate the way the prosecuting attorney treats Tom Robinson while his on the stand. He just doesn't understand it, and why he was treating him that way in such disrespect. Mainly Dill Harris is a little boy with his childhood innocence trying to understand as much as he can.
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