Salinger, Holden Caulfield, a 16-year old boy, can be viewed as insane in the eyes of many readers because of his behavior and actions. Holden uses this term to describe a wide range of people including shallow, superficial, fake, untruthful, or hypocritical individuals. He got into a huge fight with his roommate Stradlater because he did some things with this girl Holden really likes. Holden Caulfield comes in contact with many females throughout the novel. I also felt the mood was suspenseful, as Holden's actions and words often contradicted other things he said or did. In Catcher In the Rye , by J. I dont have time for this im too grown.
It made me feel sad as hell—I don't know why exactly. Alcohol is very predominate throughout the novel The Catcher in the Rye. Salinger, The Catcher in the Rye, is narrated by young Holden Caulfield. This can reflect that Holden can't manage to get by in life. It's ironic that Holden only surrounds himself by people who he dislikes.
Others, however, felt that the novel was amateur and unnecessarily coarse. She is upset when she hears that Holden has failed out and accuses him of not liking anything. Salinger the main character Holden Caulfield is in the transitional stage, he finds it hard for him to grow-up and act like an adult. Salinger's Caulfeild is afraid of growing up and the unknown prospects of entering the adult world after experiencing a life changing event. Murrow when he meets her on the train. He also meets up with his little sister Phoebe and takes her to the zoo to ride on the carousel.
If not given enough time, however, the individual or nation might descend and linger in a stage of naivety—where knowledge is too scarce to truly understand and evaluate all the experiences they have gone through in the world. Holden Caulfield realizes this in J. After that he went to visit another one of his old teachers Mr. Salinger as a reckless seventeen-year-old who lives in New York City and goes through awful hardships after his expulsion and departure from an elite prep school. Holden is currently in a mental institution.
Equivalent to what happened in J. I even have to go to the bathroom when I worry about something. Salinger's notable and esteemed novel, Catcher in the Rye, reflects the hypercritical views of a troubled teenager, Holden Caulfield, towards everyone around him and society itself. In this book, the main character, Holden Caulfield, tells us a story about what happened during his Christmas vacation. Holden is presented as a failure who struggles to stay in at least one of the four schools he's been kicked out of. Such language includes both repetition of phrases and blatant cursing, in order to capture the informal speech of the average, northeastern American adolescent. Often he talks about how lonesome and depressed he is and a few times even talks about how he wants to commit suicide.
He immediately excuses himself and heads to , where he spends the rest of the night. He sees her as a real person. Holden, in his narration, relates a flashback of a significant period of his life, three days and nights on his own in New York City. In fact, Holden is practically depserate to save his own innocence. The psychoanalytic theory arranges a lens of definition when working at Holden Caulfield. This is significant to the story because of how Holden feels that adults are trying to ruin the innocence of children, and how he can be the one that saves them. Holden is very cynical of everything around him.
If they fall off, they fall off. Their meanings can only be articulated by the inaudible language of the heart. It is an event that will occur no matter what is done to stop it from happening. After being kicked out of his third boarding school, Holden Caulfield spends three days alone in New York. I came to choose it because I heard it is about a boy who is around my age.
Girls are on his mind. It involves abandoning previous memories that are close to our hearts. Three major examples of his symbolism are the ducks with the frozen pond, Jane Gallagher, and the Museum of Natural History. Depression is a disease that leads to death but is also preventable. Holden feels that he has to care for those close to him.