Driver's Ed Setting & Symbolism

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Remy's Hair

Remy's blonde hair is cut in a fashionable style. She works hard to maintain the same hairdo, as most the other girls in her class. After Denise Thompson's death, Remy notices that a strand of hair has grown too quickly, and she cuts it off with embroidery scissors. She thinks about cutting all her hair off, so that she will look hideous, ridiculous and guilty. Remy doesn't mangle her hair, though; in spite of her guilt. She still wants to fit in with the crowd.

Laundry

Morgan's crime is potentially "dirty laundry" in his father's campaign for governor. Curiously, the Campbells live in a house, where each bedroom has its own attached laundry room. Nance's decision not to get involved in her children's laundry mirrors her distance from their emotional lives.

The School Library

Mr. Fielding leaves his students unsupervised in the school library. It is...

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