spiritually and materialism
scenes of her praying
p 5: She was looking over his charcoal flannel
shoulder at some abstraction across the dining room.
basically the entire last page
p 7: “She picked up the book, raised it chest-high, and pressed it to her—firmly…”
extradiegetic narrator: The external narrator brings an objective perspective on both of the characters, so the reader does not have any preconceived opinions about one of the characters.
3rd person narrator
a palpable sense of wellbeing at finding himself in the right place with an unimpeachably right-looking girl—a girl who was not only extraordinarily pretty but, so much the better, not too categorically cashmere sweater and flannel skirt.” (Salinger 4)
p 2, at the bottom: reasoned to himself, .. / remembered
p5 he resented and feared any signs of detachment in a girl he was seriously dating.
"The words were no sooner out than she realized that she didn’t mean them at all."
(p4) she elected to feel guilty
for having seen it, caught it, and sentenced herself to listen to Lane's ensuing conversation with a
special semblance of absorption.
p 4: She knew from Lane's expression that she had asked the wrong