The Catcher in the Rye Essay | Student Essay

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Catcher in the Rye

Summary: Analyzes the character of Holden from the J.D. Salinger novel, Catcher in the Rye. Discusses Holden's journey in the novel and what he finds when he completes it.
Holden is a 17 year who is a typical adolescent boy in "Catcher in the rye." He is nothing more then a troubled teenager who doesn't understand nor tries to understand the rapidly changing world around him and he ends up neglecting the facts about life around him. But all this changes it changes at the end very slowly because this transformation is required was essential for his mental situation or it could be a happy ending an ending of a picaresque novel to symbolise his journey through different stages of life a journey which involves danger, a risk of losing everything and there is no turning back but when Holden completes his journey he finds him self standing at a different platform some where he thought he could never be. This could be seen as a change in Holden the only way we feel the change...

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