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Connies desire for attention that she lacks at home lack of boundaries youthful age and eager desire to be independent all lead her to victimization Though she seems to be a normal teenage girl her parents are very uninvolved in her life and question her actions seldom She is basically left to do as she pleases Connies youthful innocence is revealed through her daily life She is nave and inexperienced with relationships and boys and though she is very interested in them she is not ready for any truly intimate encounters Like any young girl searching to find her own identity Connie is frequently caught admiring herself Most of her time is devoted to her friendships After being left alone at a shopping center Connie and her friends sneak across the street to hang around the older students waiting impatiently to become one of them Her naivet shines as she gets into a car with a boy she has just met when nobody knows she is there in the first place She simply spends time with them at places such as the restaurant where they ate hamburgers and drank cokes 471 Although most of the time this action is harmless she is completely unaware of the dangers it may possess Unfortunately she happens to be in the wrong place at the wrong time and the terrifying dangers some boys possess become her reality Like her innocence Connies rebellion is like that of an everyday teenage girl She has a snippy attitude toward family members and sneaks across the street after being dropped off at the Horne Lively Reil 2 shopping center Her pull-over jersey blouselooked one way when she was at home and another way when she
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