They didn't have a maid or anything, and they always opened the door themselves. They didn't have too much dough.
Holden often takes notice of how much money people make and how that makes them behave. Earlier, for example, he insisted that rich teenagers are often crooks even though they have money; and later, for example, he’ll feel sorry for a couple of nuns because they don’t have much money to treat themselves.
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