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Driver's Ed Themes & Characters

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Themes and Characters

Remy's crush on Morgan is so well known that her classmates willingly reshuffle the driving schedule so she can be in the car with Morgan. The taking of road signs becomes the "class project" for this section of Driver's Ed with Remy wanting the sign "MORGAN ROAD." A classmate states that adults tolerate this activity if they don't know about it. "Parents don't mind seeing the sign in your room, but they don't like knowing ahead of time that you're going to take it." Remy, Morgan, and an older kid in school, Nicholas Budie, who has a driver's license, go out on a late November evening to take road signs. Morgan is excited by "the risk of getting caught," while Remy is excited about being with Morgan, thankful that her prayer to "the God of True Love" has been answered.

Who wouldn't be infatuated with a girl...

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