The tale of an insecure, romantic teenage girl drawn into a situation of foreboding violence, ''Where Are You Going, Where Have You Been?" presents several themes that arise from the interaction of sharply drawn characters engaged in psychological manipulation.
Appearances and Reality
Connie prides herself as a skilled flirt who has never been in a situation she could not handle. She feels confident when Arnold Fnend arrives at her door while she is alone in the house: ''Who the hell do you think you are?'' she asks. Mistaking him for the type of boy she frequently...
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