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THE CATCHER IN THE RYE- Part II

Some things are hard to remember.I’m thinking now of when Stradlater got back from his date with Jane. I mean I can’t remember exactly what I was doing when I heard his goddamn stupid footsteps coming down the corridor.I probably was still looking out of the window,but I swear I can’t remember. I was so damn worried,that’s why. When I really worry about something, I don’t just fool around. I even have to go to the bathroom when I worry about something.Only,I don’t want to interrupt my worrying to go.

Page 42. Chapter 6

Isn’t this being a dedicated worrywart ? Most people can relate to such situations in life when we are too involved in stressing over something that we don’t even get up to do our business. Clearly THE CATCHER IN THE RYE is a mirror reflecting our thoughts and the society we live in.

Here is the list of another few words that would be needed in order to smoothen your further reading experience.

unscrupulous: lacking moral principles

Linoleum: a floor covering . undefined

morgue: a building (or room) where dead bodies are kept before burial or cremation

Taking Sock at my Shoulder: hitting me in the shoulder with a closed fist

bawling: loud cries made during crying

gore: coagulated blood from a wound

Canasta: a form of rummy using two decks of cards and four jokers; jokers and deuces are wild; the object is to form groups of the same rank. undefined

Sleeping like a rock: To experience a very deep and restful sleep.

Sheep lined slipper: Winter Socks undefined

Gladstones: a suitcase with flexible sides on a rigid frame that opens flat into two compartments. undefined

Almost every time somebody gives me a present, it ends up making me sad.

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Watch out for any such thoughts. These thoughts are common when we consider the gift we receive as a burden or as something we don’t deserve. A gift however is the expression of love you have received. What we ought to do is be GRATEFUL.

wad: a bundle or roll of paper or banknotes.

dope: stupid

snobbish: private eg. a snobbish person

snotty:arrogant

brassiere: an undergarment worn by women to support their breasts;Bra

screwballs: crazy or impractical

burlesque: a theatrical entertainment of broad and earthy humor; consists of comic skits and short turns (and sometimes striptease)

suave: having a sophisticated charm

hem and haw: pause or hesitation

brassy: tastelessly showy;Cheap

These another set of 20 words can take you half way through😊

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