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(Robinson). This leads Richard to be lonely and depressed. Richard goes home on that summer night and commits suicide. Richard is dead. The setting and irony play a big role in the secret life that each character lead. Connie is young, beautiful, and full of life. Her nagging mother and out-of-touch father do not catch on that she is seeking attention from guys; they want to trust her. Richard is seen as a king; untouchable. Everyone on the street just watches him in awe and will not approach him. The people think that Richard would have many friends. The feeling lonely inside that both Connie and Richard have causes their secret lives to lead them to death. The summertime is anything but fun and friend for Connie and Richard. Works Cited "Edwin Arlington Robinson." Authors and Artists for Young Adults
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