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Social life is mutual negotiation and society social order relies on mutual negotiation between individuals this represents both creed and particular reality in American society Richard Friedrich Munch Someones social life can be imperative in deciding how they live their life This is also true in Harper Lees To Kill A mockingbird a book focused on Jem and Scout Finch two young children trying to survive through childhood in Maycomb a 1930s town that can be everything but sensitive to others Such as a young man who was harassed by the neighborhood children the local Cunningham family who were looked down upon by almost the entire town and Tom Robinson a young black man who is convicted of a crime he didnt commit Harper Lee shows that there are two types of outsiders one type got there by choice because for some reason they dont agree with society and how things work while others were pushed away and placed in that position Dolphus Raymond chooses to be outside of the norm Hes an old white man who married into a black family and doesnt care what any one has to say about it he shows this many times in the novel In this quote Raymond is talking to Scout and Dill a friend of the Finch children in the yard outside the courtroom the afternoon of the trial Secretly Miss Finch Im not much of a drinker but you see they could never never understand that I live like I do because thats the way I want to livepg200 Mr Raymond tries to explain to the children that hes not really an alcoholic He just wants everyone to think that he is so they can have some excuse as to why he lives his life the way he does But he really lives like that because he doesnt want to be part of the town He only wants to be with the people he
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