In To Kill a Mockingbird, after Tom Robinson is questioned by Mr. Gilmer, Dill leaves the courtroom devastated. Why he was upset and what happened to his childlike view of the world?
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Answered by Aslan
Dill, like Scout and Jem, is horrified at what is taking place the court. The brash injustice, ignorance and bigotry of the jury (and many of the citizens of Maycomb) is too much to handle.