GradeSaver, 30 September 2009 Web. What makes The Catcher in the Rye unique, however, is not the fact that Holden is an alienated teenager, but its extremely accurate and nuanced portrayal of the causes, benefits, and costs of his isolation. And besides, even if you did go around saving guys' lives and all, how would you know if you did it because you really wanted to save guys' lives, or because you did it because what you really wanted to do was be a terrific lawyer, with everybody slapping you on the back and congratulating you in court when the goddam trial was over, the reporters and everybody, the way it is in the dirty movies? Para español, llame al 1-888-628-9454. But I'd plug him anyways. If he is dead Holden's mother will go into a state of depression and he doesn't want her to feel like that. In this short story, an unnamed narrator, who is clearly meant to be Holden Caulfield but is unnamed to avoid copyright problems, goes on vacation to Germany and meets characters from the. Don't ever tell anybody anything.
Either side of you they could have symptoms of depression. You can also e-mail to talk to someone or go to to speak with someone. Many times life overwhelms him and he feels like the best option would be to commit suicide. Many of the characters in the novel, from Ackley and Stradlater, to Sally, to Mr. My parents would be the ones. More recently, Salinger's agents received bids for the Catcher film rights from and , neither of which was even passed on to Salinger for consideration. He will fight to keep purness in the world, and to keep out the people who are green.
I was only thirteen, and they were going to have me psychoanalyzed and all, because I broke all the windows in the garage. Despite being six years younger than her brother, Phoebe understands that growing up is a necessary process; she also understands that Holden's refusal to mature reveals less about … the outside world than it does about himself. Holden has been trying to withstand losing a brother, living with careless parents, and not having many friends. Leland Hayward to lay off. Several days later, he introduced himself to her, but it took some time before he could convince her that he didn't care what their dog did. He feels isolated within himself which makes him depressed.
He wants us all to come up with our own opinions and ideas about his work. Chapter 13 Holden walks back to his hotel, although it is forty-one blocks away. He believes there is something wrong with what they are doing, yet feels strangely attracted. Psychology, stressful events, and prescription drugs are causes of depression. D Salinger is a very known american writer whose literature became very popular. Uzmite takvog veoma lijepog mladića, ili nekog tko za sebe misli kako je u svemu glavni, i te stvari, takvi će ljudi od vas vječito tražiti da im činite velike usluge.
Archived from on June 6, 2008. He asks what happens to the ducks in Central Park during the winter, but the two get into an argument when Horwitz thinks that Holden's questions are stupid. In 1960 a teacher in Tulsa, Okla. That's all I'd do all day. He re-tells what happened to him in New York after he got kicked out of Pencey Prep and secretly… 637 Words 3 Pages The Catcher in the Rye, by J.
Contact a suicide hotline if you need someone to talk to. He thinks that it would be a good life to live in the woods and not have to deal with other people. He makes a date to meet Sally for a matinee, but she continues to chat with Holden on the phone despite his lack of interest. You think if they're intelligent and all, the other person, and have a good sense of humor, that they don't give a damn whose suitcases are better, but they do. He becomes preoccupied, thinking about the nuns he met at breakfast. Holden then reminisces about drinking with at Whooton.
Antolini is shocked that Holden has been kicked out of another school and invites Holden to stay the night at his house. Following an unpromising visit to Ernie's Nightclub in , Holden becomes preoccupied with his internal angst and agrees to have a named Sunny visit his room. Holden tries to fan away his lingering cigarette smoke and jumps in the closet. Holden loves Phoebe and he doesn't want her to turn out like he has. Guys that never read books. Holden insults Maurice, and after Sunny takes the money from Holden's wallet, Maurice punches him in the stomach and leaves with Sunny.
Holden is finally filled with happiness and joy at the sight of Phoebe riding in the rain. Even though he still paid her the right amount for her time, she returns with her Maurice and demands more money. He impulsively invites Sally to run away with him that night to live in the wilderness of , but she is uninterested in his hastily conceived plan and declines. In The Catcher In The Rye, Holden runs away from his fancy high school, Pency, 3 days before break begins. His behavior toward Maurice and Sunny indicates that he is at some level unconcerned that they will hurt him, and he even seems to take some perverse pleasure from the pain Maurice inflicts, as he uses this as a chance for role-playing as a movie gangster. The prostitute questions Holden's age, just as others have done during the course of the novel, again proving that however old Holden thinks that he appears, he presents himself as a child to the adult characters around him.
Holden digresses in Chapter Twenty-Two about James Castle, a classmate of his who killed himself at Elkton Hills. Salinger clearly foreshadows that Holden will engage in some suicidal action, possibly the reason why he is in psychiatric care as the book begins. Holden decides to meet his old classmate, a student named Carl Luce, for drinks at the Wicker Bar in the Seton Hotel. Beidler shows page 28 a still of the boy, played by child-actor. In this article, Pruchnic focuses on how the novel continues to be received incredibly well, even after it has aged many generations.
He gives her five dollars, although she demands ten. Phoebe is the only person Holden seems to actually like and have a stable friendship throughout the novel. Guys that always talk about how many miles they get to a gallon in their goddam cars. Infact, he might be imagining death to try to come to terms with it, because he hasn't done anything with his life and at this point, he has not truly lived. He seems incapable of the love necessary to reach sexual fulfillment -- and thus seeks sexual satisfaction, which he finds not only morally repugnant, but also deeply unfulfilling. Guys that are very mean.