adj. - having a bad reputation
S - notorious
Holden knew which areas of New York City were infamous.
v. - possessed by foolish love
S - love-crazed
Who was infatuated with Jane?
adv. - in a very smart way
S - cleverly
Mr. Antolini's advice was ingeniously able to make a connection with Holden.
v. - live in
S - occupy
Phoebe inhabited an apartment in New York City with her parents.
adj. - new and original
S - groundbreaking
Wasn't Catcher in the Rye an innovative novel in 1951?
adj. - harmless
S - unobjectionable
Ackley, a gross and disgusting dorm mate, was basically inoffensive.
adj. - not fully conscious
S - unaware
When Maurice punched Holden at the hotel, Holden was insensible.
adv. - in a demanding manner
S - persistently
Holden yelled insistently at Stradlater about Jane.
adj. - with no missing part
S - as a whole
Is the exhibit at the museum always intact like that?.
n. - goal
S - purpose
Salinger's intent is to write about a teen's struggle.
n. - a break between periods of activity
S - a pause
The play that Holden and Sally attended had an intermission.
v. - adapted as one's own
S - taken on inside as one's feelings
Holden internalized his grief over Allie.