To Kill a Mockingbird

What is significant about Mr. Dolphus Raymond?

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He is a white man married to a black woman. He prefers the company of negros to whites.

Mr. dolhus is married and he is white and his girl is black.


to kill the mockingbird book

Dolphus Raymond is important to the story because he is one of the only people in Maycomb to actually like living with blacks. He is known for most of the book as the town drunk because if he acts like he is, there is an explanation for his behavior.


To Kill a Mockingbird and Sparknotes

He teaches Scout and Dill that sometimes, in order to have what you want, you have to pretend to be someone or something other than the person you really are.