Franny and Zooey - Franny (pgs. 3-21) Summary & Analysis

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Franny (pgs. 3-21) Summary

On a cold winter morning, Harvard senior Lane Coutell waits for his girlfriend, Franny, on the platform of a train station. Lane is one of the few people on the platform instead of the heated waiting room, purposely trying to avoid his classmates. While waiting for Franny, he opens a letter she mailed him earlier in the week. It's full of affection and sentiment, with Franny saying over and over how much she loves him and misses him. The letter has apparently been opened and read many times. The only sign of trouble is a wish by Franny that they not over-analyze everything this weekend, especially her.

When she arrives, they kiss and hug. However, on the taxi ride to lunch, Franny tells Lane she misses him, and feels guilty because she knows she doesn't mean it. Once they arrive at the restaurant...

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