When Frankie changes her name to F. Jasmine and is convinced that her plans to escape will be realized, how does her attitude toward herself, her life, and even the place she lives change?
F. Jasmine feels happy and confident in herself. She fancies herself a mature woman, or at least a far older, more experienced, and more mature young lady. She begins to like the people she meets and the town she lives in. Curiously, now that she's convinced she'll be leaving to be connected to the newlyweds, she feels far more connection to, and even affection for, the town and its inhabitants.
How does F. Jasmine's way of speaking with the soldier in the Blue Moon bar reveal her...
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