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Kristan Higgins
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Sullivan Fletcher was convicted of underage drinking and illegal drug use after a devastating car accident in which he was the driver…Tragically, his twin brother, Luke Fletcher, was also in the car at the time and suffered the complete severing of his penis."
-- Nora (chapter 8)

Importance: Nora states these words when she is giving her speech for English class. In the speech, she uses the Fletcher brothers as hypothetical examples of individuals who are locked up in the juvenile justice system. Nora's speech is significant because it reflects her commitment to winning the Perez scholarship. She is willing to jeopardize herself socially in order to win. Saying these words against the Fletcher boys is risky because they are popular. Another reason this quote is significant is because it foreshadows Luke and Sullivan's accident.

Bad things happen when guys get pissed off.” (chapter 8)

Importance: This what Luke said to Nora after she scored well on...

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