To be or not to Be Essay

To be or not to Be Essay - Dwayne Harvin Ms Murrell English...

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Dwayne Harvin Ms. Murrell English 102 07 April 2014 To be or not to Be In the story “Where Are You Going, Where Have You Been ? ,” Connie encounters a stranger that will forever change her life. The story was about a girl named Connie who has an encounter with a friend that she would never forget. Connie was 15 years old, and she lived with her parents as well as her 24 year old sister June. Connie was a little jealous of June, because her mom always praised June whenever she did something good. Connie did not really get along with her mom and her dad was always at work, so they did not talk that much. All Connie really wanted to do was get away from home and hang with her friends. Unfortunately, on one hot summer night, she encountered a “Friend.” His name was Arnold Friend, and he enjoyed looking at Connie so he stared at her the entire night until she went home. The next day, Connie was home alone until she got an unexpected visit from Arnold Friend. He drove a gold car that looked like a Mustang; he wanted Connie to take a ride with him. Connie kept saying no, but Arnold would not budge. He did whatever he could to get her in that car with him. The story never said whether she got in the car or not, but some of the context clues lead me to the assumption that she took a ride with Mr. Friend.
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