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Why does Dill's explanation of Jem's state of dress almost land him in trouble?

Is the "almost land him in trouble" referring to Dill or Jem?


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    It could be either, it is not clear.

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    If the first names were clearly masculine and feminine, then the "him" would refer to the masculine person. However, I cannot be sure of the gender to either Dill or Jem.

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