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The Catcher in the Rye
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  • I’d made that date to go to a matinee with old Sally Hayes, and I needed to keep some dough for the tickets and stuff.
  • Which was really a hot one, because my grandmother hardly ever even goes out of the house, except maybe to go to a goddam matinee or something.
  • It’s Sunday, but there’s always one or two matinees going on Sunday.
  • For a second, I was tempted to tell her to forget about the matinee.

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  • We can still make the half-price matinée.
  • On Saturday, we perform both an evening performance and a matinée.

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