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Vincenzo Spiniello In this book the internal conflict is Randy’s thoughts about Bob, it reveals that inside he is not just “cool.” He is also a caring person who feels things and knows how the greasers feel about them and he understands. This shows that Randy actually cares about more people than just himself.

Jack Yes, this also shows a change in randy and that he is a dynamic character.

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