Laurie knows she might get Amy into trouble and that she herself could get into trouble with thw teacher for disturbing his class, but she decides to continue making faces anyway. what does that tell us about Laurie?
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Answered by jill d #170087
Laurie's "faces" outside of the French classroom allow us to see her easy-going side. For much of the novel she is serious about upholding her ideals, this scene, however, allows us to see the teenage girl, who likes to have fun.