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Ahh, AP English. Good times. I won't pretend I'm the best English student. I hated analyzing literature in high school. But I'll try to help you with your assignment in a way that hopefully you'll feel comfortable with. It's been a long time since I've read Catcher in the Rye, so I don't remember specifics. You can fill in those blanks yourself. ...


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They could each join the same social group, on accident (one character is already a member; the other then joins, not knowing). This would force them into proximity, which would generate conflict and tension dependant upon their initial split. You could ride this tension for a full two years, or introduce it later on -- a year in, or six months -- so that it ...


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I don't have any techniques to offer, but I can point you to some examples. Thirty-five years ago, I was reading Robert Silverberg's Lord Valentine's Castle. Partway into the story, someone teaches the main character how to juggle. I put the book down and started following the instructions. It worked. I don't think I ever picked up the book again. But now ...



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