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Fanfiction Of Catcher In The Rye By J. D. Salinger

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Well, my fanfiction is about Sunny from The Catcher in the Rye. Sunny is the prostitute whom Holden Caulfield attempts to connect with, and not the kind of connect one would normally do with a prostitute. Holden attempts a real emotional connection with her. In my little fanfiction I am going to create my own little back-story for our little prostitute, but I have not done a whole lot of writing so I am sure it will be a woot, more or less.
Sunny is a young prostitute, to be exact she was “young as hell” and “she had a little weeny-winy voice” according to Mr. Holden Caulfield. So based on his, I am going to write of of that description.
Sunny came from a very high society set of pinkie raising tea drinkers for parents. Her parents Martin and Sharon Prescott of New York City of a pure European ancestry. They never worked a day in their lives, all of their money had been handed down to them since good ole Judas Prescott, Martins great grandfather whom was a corrupt business man that did everything and everything to make a quick buck,no matter who it effected. To the common folk he seemed a pleasant fellow, always seen hanging out with the good crowd and helping others by lending a helping hand, he was even the treasurer for the Queen. He went out to some of the people and accepted bribes from them in order to help them out with their taxes and such. He even stole from the royal treasury itself. Whenever it came down to it he would sell out even the best of his friends for a quick buck. Even since then his descendants have been nothing but the finest proper European Ladies and Gentlemen that just sat and leeched on their inheritance. They often traveled the world and always attended the top schools but they did nothing with the gifts that were given to them but use them as an excuse to look down on all of the people around them. The Prescott's were a real piece of work, and the Beaumont’s were not much better. The Beaumonts were the parents of Sharon. They were the same type of people as the Prescott's.
During the time of little Ms. Sunny was the time when many teenagers began to rebel a bit more and notice what phonies adults could be. Sunny was of course not her real name, Her real name was...

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