Both “The Red Convertible” and “Dante and the Lobster” are coming-of-age stories in which the protagonists go on a journey that ends with a harsh lesson about life and death. How are the journeys contrasted with hard life lessons? What is being learned? What might these stories be saying about the coming-of-age experience, human nature, and the human condition? Explain your interpretation(s).
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