n their discussions of the people going through and now sitting outside in town, Jem and Scout give a good deal of attention to Dolphus Raymond and his story. Provide at least three details of what they know of him and his story.
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Dolphus Raymond has opted out of white society. He has married a colored woman and spends his time in the company of colored people. Mr. Raymond is hiding a bottle of Coca-Cola in his infamous paper bag. Scout asks why he does such a thing, and Mr. Raymond explains he feels he has to give the population some reason for his odd behavior (being friendly toward black people). Mr. Raymond believes it's easier for people to handle strangeness when they have a reason to explain it. Thus, he pretends to be a drunkard.