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Essay | To Kill a Mockingbird: Analyzing Dill

This student essay consists of approximately 3 pages of analysis of To Kill a Mockingbird.
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To Kill a Mockingbird: Analyzing Dill

Summary: Examines Harper Lee's novel To Kill a Mockingbird. Performs a character analysis of Dill. Explores his role in the story.
I do not agree with the statement to a certain extent. Dill is also the one who instigates Scout and Jem to go to the Radley house, thus giving them a chance to get to know Boo Radley better. He `dares' them to go there, and even makes opportunities for them to communicate. He also comes up with ideas to get a peek of boo, such as slipping him a letter. He comes up with various ways to test Jem's knowledge, most of them involving Boo as the Radley house was a true test of a person's courage.

He is also the first one to understand how Boo Radley feels to be an outsider and how they have been discriminating against him. When Boo Radley was being interrogated by Mr. Gilmer, Dill `started crying'. He also said that `That old Mr. Gilmer doin' him...

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