What do Lorraine's and John's dreams about their futures reveal about their personalities?

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John wants to become an actor and Lorraine wants to become a writer. These are both artistic and creatively expressive aspirations. John is a very out-going, social guy who likes to entertain people and be the center of attention. Lorraine is more of an analytical thinker and whose idea it is to write the story of the Pigman. They both support each other in these goals and desires, too, even though their parents might not. For example, John says he thinks Lorraine could be an actress, too, but her mother would think differently, as in the following passage:

"The way her old lady talks you'd think Lorraine needed internal plastic surgery and seventeen body braces, but if you ask me, all she needs...

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