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Lil’ Bit is a teenager in rural 1960’s Maryland. Since early adolescence, she has been involved in
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Start: Lil’ Bit: Back up. 1968. A celebration dinner. Peck; Feeling better, Missy? Lil’ Bit: The bathroom’s really amazing here, Uncle Peck!
End: Peck: Are you feeling sick? Lil’ Bit: Sleepy. Peck: Stay here a second. Lil’ Bit: Where’re you going? Peck: I’m getting something from the back seat. Lil Bit: What are you going to do? Peck: Shhh. There. Think you can sleep?
Vogel, Paula. How I Learned to Drive, Dramatists Play Service, 1997, pp. 17-23.
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