The Catcher in the Rye - Study Guide Chapter 11 Summary & Analysis

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It is still the same night. Holden cannot stop thinking about Jane Gallagher. He recalls the summer they met. His mother had called Jane's mother because she was angry that the Gallaghers' dog was going to the bathroom on the Caulfields' lawn. Holden said hello to Jane one day when she was by the pool, but it took some time to convince her that he didn't care where her dog relieved himself. Holden admits that Jane is not that pretty, but he really liked her smile and the way she held his hand. Jane was the only person in his family that he let see Allie's baseball mitt. She never knew Allie but she was interested in hearing about him. One day while they were playing checkers on the porch, her stepfather came outside and asks where the cigarettes where. Jane didn't answer him and he asked...

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