Where Are You Going, Where Have You Been?
How we cite our quotes:
"[...] now they're eating corn and hot dogs cooked to bursting over an outdoor fire, and they don't know one thing about you and never did and honey, you're better than them because not a one of them would have done this for you." (159)
In a way, Arnold is right. Connie's family doesn't seem to know or appreciate her, and it's doubtful from what we know about them whether they would be willing to make the same sacrifice for her.