In Cold Blood

why can't perry smith relate to society in the book 'In Cold Blood"?

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Perry had a difficult life.He never went beyond grade three. He was abandoned by his family and abused by nuns. He dreams of a bird saving him from his abusers and bullies. Perry also seems to have homo-erotic tendencies which he reviles in himself and society.