What sort of person is Dolphus Raymond in To Kill a Mockingbird? (Chapter 16)
If you are only to chapter 16 , you only know half of Dolphus Raymond's story. He seems to be a person who is on the lower-edge of society, in the eyes of most Maycomb-ites. He is a wealthy man--he owns a lot of land by the...
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Dolphus Raymond is a Mockingbird in the book.In the book, mockingbirds are defined as the people who cannot live their life the way they want to because of society.Dolphus Raymond's children are neither black nor white and thus are rejected by both sides of society.Dolphus Raymond does not want to adhere to society and thus acts as if he is taking drugs while he is actually only drinking cola,he does this to be alone and isolated from society so that he can live his life the way he wants it.