Wow, you know a lot of big words.
Incorrect, although of course this assumption is the most obvious- pardon myself for the rather equivocal and uninformative, nondescript prompt- firstly, I have been indulging in the most emminent caliber of literature for quite some time now, and therefore fully comprehend Teddy in my own manner, yet I was merely attempting to receive a new dimension to my opinion regarding the short story- I am an erudite, academically scrupulous, and successful student who would not risk my reputation so promptly or in such an inferior manner. Please, answer the prompt, the above being all veritable. Unless of course, it may be thematically too recondite for your comprehension.
It's really ok, Hamilton. Pity, though, since you haven't even read any of Salinger's works, I recommend Catcher in the Rye, or Franny and Zooey. However, as you have not yet delved into this eminence of literature, perhaps you should void your participation in this mature forum. Goodbye....
Hamilton,bplease don't be so naive, it astounds me. You have not read any of Salinger's books, or compilations, for when I even mentioned the name, you acted as though to be confounded, honestly, don't attempt to persuade anyone here to believe you are read in the works of Salinger- shamefully, at your age, you are not!!-have wonderful evening- perhaps reading- works other than Salinger.