R | | Drama, Romance
The novel "The Price of Salt" was inspired by a blonde woman in a mink coat (Mrs. E.R. Senn, née Kathleen Wiggins) who ordered a doll from Patricia Highsmith when she was working as a temporary salesgirl in the toy section of Bloomingdale's in New York City during ... ...
Why do you hate me? I haven't done anything to you.
Abby Gerhard: You really think I've flown halfway across the country to drive you back East because I hate you and want to see you suffer?
Therese Belivet: It's for Carol. Not for me.
Abby Gerhard: That is...
Therese Belivet: With you and Carol, what happened...
Therese boards a train to "Penn Station" in New York City. It is apparent that the train is running on the Erie Railroad's Main Line. In 1952, that train would never have entered New York and instead would have terminated at Jersey City. Even today, that train terminates at Hoboken and not at Penn Station. Also, as another writer pointed out, the train announcement stated that the train would stop at Secaucus Junction, which did not exist until 2003.
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