The Catcher in the Rye Essay | Holden's Troubling Life

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Holden's Troubling Life

Summary: This is about how Holden from the book "Catcher in the Rye" deals with his constant problems.
Holden is having a very difficult time in his life right now. In the novel the Catcher In The Rye, author J.D. Salinger creatively writes about a young boy named Holden who seems to fall into a groove of constant unpredictable misery. In this time of a young man's life, one would call up on his friends & family for guidance, yet he struggles to accept that. He is trying to get through a very troubling part of his life, he is soon to regret telling his parents about his recent expulsion from Pency. Holden is very much attached to his deceased brothers baseball mitt, and in repent he had a fist fight with his roommate. Yet Holden is Constantly stricken with anguish over his little brother's bereavement, he has yet to disclose his feelings with anyone.

In this time in his life most people his age...

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