"I hope you've got it through your head that be'll kill us each and everyone one, Dill Harris. Don't blame me when he gouges your eyes out."
"Let's try to make him come out; I'd like to see what he looks like."
"Touch the house, that all?"
"I wont say you ran out on a dare and I'll swap you The Gray Ghost if you just go up and touch the house.""Yeah, that's all. He'll probably come out after he sees you in the yard."
Jem threw open the gate and sped to the side of the house, slapped it with his palm and ran back past us
On page 16-17, Dill and Jem were having a conversation about the Radley household and who Boo Radley was. This quote showed Dill's innocence because he didn't understand what people thought of Boo. Many believed if they bothered the house or the Radleys, he would kill them.
On page 18, Dill decided to simplify the dare, which persuaded Jem to do it. This shows Jems