Catcher In The Rye

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This time was different though. This was not the first time that Holden was removed from a school. Holden always knew there was always another boarding school that would be happy to accept him and his money. This time he was not going to just sit back and wait for the next school to pick him up, he was going to enjoy himself while he could...
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He was scheduled to leave on Wednesday. It was only Friday. The possibilities were endless on what could happen in those five days. While sitting in his dorm thinking about his next move in life his neighbor Akley came barging in through the curtain that separated the two rooms...
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