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The Idea of Normal

Antonia has a predetermined idea of what normal means. When she first meets Jazz Luther, she has this idea already in her mind that Jazz is a druggie, a loser, and a delinquent - all based solely on Jazz's appearance. Antonia believes that Jazz is the farthest thing from normal. However, the more she learns about Jazz, the more she begins to rethink her belief, especially when Antonia goes to Jazz's house and sees how Jazz lives. Compared with her own life and problems, Jazz has it good; a big house with every comfort imaginable and two parents that love her. When Antonia meets her parents, she sees a very normal environment. This is the type of environment that Antonia wants. After she gets to know Jazz, Antonia realizes that Jazz is more normal than Antonia ever gave Jazz credit for.

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