The Sinister Arnold Friend

The author talks about the point of teenagers being driven by their naivety and desire for adventure to trusting their friends. In this cases, the "Devil" disguises as a friend, and even with all the description that the author seems to give about his odd appearance, he still has an easy way in convincing Connie to follow him and get initiated into to sex. One thing that seems evident even in the society of today is that young people are often duped into things that are not good. While they might at times have the idea that these things are right, the thrill of doing it with friends often drives

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