Where Are You Going Where Have You Been - in-depth look at Connie and why she was swayed by Arnold Friend
"...She knew she was pretty and that was everything." Connie, the main character of the story "Where Are You Going, Where Have You Been?", had based her life around this concept. Connie fit into the stereo typical role of a teenage girl, like most of them do. She was completely focused on her looks and receiving the attention of he attractive, older boys. Throughout the story, the reader gets a chance to not only see Connie's physical and social sides, but her emotional side as well.
Connie's physical characteristics are that of a normal fifteen year old girl. She was described as hav…
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