Both Ways Is the Only Way I Want It Quotes

Meloy, Maile
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She lived in another world from him. You could fly to Hawaii or France in less time than it took to do that drive. Her world had lawyers, downtowns, and mountains in it.
-- Narration (Travis, B.)

Importance: This line of narration emphasizes the sense of geographical and social separation between Chet and Beth. Chet worries that he and Beth will be unable to have an extended relationship not only because she lives in a distant city, but also because the social and economic circumstances of her life are so different from his.

Sam looked at [her father] and he nodded, as if agreeing with himself. He put away his harmonica and disappeared into the dark where his tent was pitched.
-- Narration (Red from Green)

Importance: This line of narration appears after Layton asks Sam to give him a back massage. Sam's father then goes inside the tent, potentially because he wishes to enable a sexual encounter between Sam and...

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