Table of Contents
- 1 What does Mr Raymond offer to Dill and why does it surprise Scout?
- 2 What do Scout and Dill discover about Dolphus Raymond outside the courthouse What else do they learn from him?
- 3 What do Scout and Dill learn about Dolphus Raymond Why does he go through such trouble to pretend?
- 4 What do we learn about Dolphus Raymond and the way he lives his life?
- 5 What do scout and Dill learn about Dolphus?
- 6 What does Dolphus Raymond say about scout in to kill a Mockingbird?
What does Mr Raymond offer to Dill and why does it surprise Scout?
When running from the courthouse, Dill and Scout run into Mr. Raymond and he offers Dill a sip of his drink. Scout is wary, but Mr. Raymond promises Dill it will make him feel better.
What do Scout and Dill discover about Dolphus Raymond outside the courthouse What else do they learn from him?
Dill and Scout meet Mr. Dolphus Raymond when they go outside and the courthouse. They learn that he does not carry whiskey around in that paper bag of his. It is actually coca-cola and he just pretends to be drunk.
What lesson does Dolphus Raymond teach?
Dolphus’s unique lifestyle choice teaches the children that appearances can be deceiving, and there is more to people than their reputations suggest. Dolphus also makes them aware of the corrupting nature of Maycomb’s prejudiced culture and tries to prepare them for the disappointing verdict.
Who is Dolphus Raymond What do we learn about him and the way he lives his life why don’t the Raymond children fit in?
Jem then explains to Scout and Dill that Dolphus Raymond is an alcoholic, who prefers being around black people and has several biracial children. When Dill comments that Dolphus Raymond does not look like trash, Jem explains to him that Dolphus comes from a wealthy family and owns nearly half of the riverbank.
What do Scout and Dill learn about Dolphus Raymond Why does he go through such trouble to pretend?
Why does he go thought such trouble to pretend? They meet Mr. Dolphus Raymond. They learn that he only pretends to be drunk to excuse his”unssual”behavior he know that he will not be accepted for who he really is, or what he really believes in.
What do we learn about Dolphus Raymond and the way he lives his life?
Why does Dolphus Raymond choose to live the way he does and what does he symbolize in the novel?
He lives with a black woman and they have children. Dolphus pretends to be a drunk so the townspeople can make sense of why he chooses to live the way he does. Dolphus is being realistic and by giving the townspeople a reason they can understand, he is probably making things easier on them and his own children.
What do readers learn about Dolphus Raymond?
Raymond prefers the company of black people. In chapter twenty, readers learn that Mr. Raymond has mixed-race children. Scout, Dill, and Jem are discussing the trial, and in particular Dill’s moral reaction to the unfair treatment of Tom Robinson.
What do scout and Dill learn about Dolphus?
When Dill gets sick from the behavior of the prosecuting attorney, he has to leave the courtroom. Dill and Scout are discussing human decency when Mr. Dolphus Raymond joins their comphersation. He offers Dill something to settle his nerves, something that Scout believes to be whiskey. When Dill sips it he realizes it is not in fact whiskey…
What does Dolphus Raymond say about scout in to kill a Mockingbird?
Scout knows he’s evil and… (full context) …that according to Atticus, cheating a black man is worse than cheating a white man. Mr. Raymond says that Scout will learn soon enough that Atticus isn’t a normal man. He notes… (full context)
Why does Mr Dolphus Raymond drink Coca Cola?
He speaks to Scout and Dill when they step outside of Tom Robinson ’s trial because Dill was upset by how the solicitor treated Robinson. At this time, he admits that he’s not a drinker—he drinks Coca-Cola out of a bag but pretends it’s whiskey to give people a reason that makes sense to them as to why he’d want to live the way he does.
Why does Dolphus Raymond drink out of a bag?
At this time, he admits that he’s not a drinker—he drinks Coca-Cola out of a bag but pretends it’s whiskey to give people a reason that makes sense to them as to why he’d want to live the way he does. He’s firm in his belief that all people deserve respect and dignity, no matter the color of their skin.