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"Hey, don'tcha wanta see what's on the car? Don'tcha wanta go for a ride? You're my date. I'm your lover, honey."
Wow, he is cute, he has nice clothes on, his hair looks like a wig, and he looks like he has come back from a hard day at work. I am starting to get dizzy though. He is mine.
What just happened, I am all wet and I feel locked in like as if someone has control of me. I guess I will not see my mother ever again.
"You do not want them to get hurt,now get up honey, get up all by yourself."
" My sweet little blue-eyed girl," he said in a half-sung sigh that had nothing to do with her brown eyes, but was taken up just the same by the vast sunlit reaches of the land behind him, so much land that Connie has never seen before and did not recognize except to know that she was going to it."
The part that stands out as spine-chilling to me was probably in the end where Connie, who after attempting to call the police and was in a condition that was some sort of attack in relation to Arnold, all of a sudden obeys him with every request of his.
This I find to be effective also because all of a sudden after trying to call the police, she follows all of Arnold's instructions following him into his car. This last part I feel is effective because this contributes to the overall story that Connie finally got what she had wanted all her life, to be an adult. Arnold is the person sent to take away her childhood and bring her into the adult world that Connie will have to face on her own with Arnold into reality.
The last thing Connie did was heroic, risking her life for the safety of her loved ones even though none of them even cared for her. I guess she did care in the end. Now she will have to experience adulthood, a place she saw was vast sunlight all around her. That was where she was going to.
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