The Catcher in the Rye

What does Holden's ex-girlfriend do to convince Holden not to run away at the end of the story

A Catcher In The Rye

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Sally tells him that the idea is foolish, for they are both practically children who would starve to death. She tells him that they will have a lot of time to do those things after college and marriage, but he claims that there wouldn't be "oodles" of places to go, and it would be entirely different from how she portrays it. He calls her a "royal pain in the ass," and Sally starts to cry.