In "Where Are You Going, Where Have You Been" could Connie's expectations have been different if she was not good-looking? In "Where Are You Going, Where Have You Been" could Connie's expectations have been different if she was not good-looking?

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Connie was not any more vain, deceitful, or manipulative than any other fifteen year old girl, and her vanity was not the cause of her fate. Connie was sucked into Arnold Friend's manipulations because she was a little girl who was naive and scared, not because she was vain. 

  Actually, this is not the case.  You might want to read eNotes summary about Connie's character, which is at...

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