To Kill A Mockingbird Dill's Point Of View

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In the novel To Kill a Mockingbird, the author, Harper Lee portrays Dill as a spoiled little kid with lots of curiosity.When Dill first meet Scout and Jem he said “I’m Charles Baker Harris[…]I can read”(8). The author uses the way Dill speaks to portray his self centered perspective. He believe that he is better than others because he can read. He would even brag to a stranger that he just meet to feel superior to others. When Scout shrugged him off with ‘So what?’(8), he answered back with, ‘I just thought you’d like to know I can read. You got anything needs readin’ I can do it…’ (8). Dill clearly thinks that only him in the group can read. He believes that other people would praise him for the fact that he can read, but that was not the
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