BC: The End
FC: Corey DiPietro | The Catcher in the Rye By J.D. Salinger
1: Index of Memorabilia: | 1. Allie's baseball glove with green ink 2. Checkers with Jane 3. Ducks in Central Park 4. Holden's red hunting hat 5. Phoebe's record "Little Shirley Beans" 6. A picture of Phoebe on the carousel 7. Hotel matchbooks for Holden's nervousness 8. Museum photos 9. Hotel key and cocktail napkin 10. Expulsion letter from Pencey
2: “He wrote them on it so that he’d have something to read when he was in the field and nobody was up at bat” (Salinger 38). | "Allie had this left handed fielder's mitt" (Salinger 38).
3: To holden Jane is absolutely perfect and she can do no wrong | Holden recalls playing checkers with Jane on summer nights at the cabin.
4: "Where did the ducks go...I wondered if some guy came in a truck and took them away to a zoo or something. Or if the just flew away" (Salinger 13).
6: "Then I took my hunting hat out of my coat pocket..." (Salinger 180). | "I put it on, and turned the peak around to the back, the way i liked it, and then i went over and took a look at my stupid face in the mirror" (Salinger 45).
7: "Boy, it made me so happy all of a sudden" (Salinger 116). | Then something terrible happened..I dropped old Phoebe's record. It broke into about fifty pieces..I damn near cried..I took the pieces out of the envelope and put them into my coat pocket" (Salinger 154).
8: "I'm too big for the carrousel..No, you're not. Go on. I'll wait for ya. Go on," (Salinger 210). | "I went over and sat down on this bench, and she went and got on the carrousel" (Salinger 211).
9: "I do that quite alot when I'm in a certain mood..it's a nervous habit" (Salinger 129). | NERVOUSNESS
10: "The best thing, though in that museum was that everything always stayed right where it was. Nobody'd move...Nobody'd be different. The only thing that would be different would be you" (Salinger 121). | "I loved that damn museum" (Salinger 120).
12: "They gave me this crumby room" (Salinger 61). | "I'm not kidding, the whole hotel was lousy with perverts. I was probably the only normal bastard in the whole place -- and thats not saying much" (Salinger 62). | "It was one of the worst schools I ever went to. It was full of phonies" (Salinger 167).
13: EXPELLED | A letter from Pencey sent to Holdens parents saying that he was expelled.