Unit 4 GP part 1 - Connie is a round character. She is the...

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Connie is a round character. She is the main character and is the character who encounters conflict, both with her mother and with Arnold. The author also takes time to fully describe Connie, from her dark blond hair, her laughter, to her eyes. Connie is an individual character in this story. She does not represent another body of people or another individual, it is all about Connie The town and its people seemed ordinary by the way they are described. Connie’s sister as a junky secretary, her father was a busy worker who reads the paper at the dinner table and goes to bed after dinner. Connie and her friends going to the mall, speaking about a boy at their school that they were glad they were able to ignore. All of these characteristics scream ordinary to me. I first got the idea that Connie was something extraordinary when the author described her as Connie had long dark blond hair that drew anyone's eye to it, and she wore part of it pulled up on her head and puffed out and the rest of it she let fall down her back.” And received a lot of
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Unit 4 GP part 1 - Connie is a round character. She is the...

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