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Holden Analysis

Summary: Presents an analysis of Holden from "The Catcher in the Rye" by J.D. Salinger.
In the book The Catcher in the Rye by J.D. Salinger, we meet Holden, a young man who was confused about life. Throughout the book, he does many things that show us the two different sides of him. He was a critic on society but also an adolescent in the in between childhood and adult life. When he told his sister, Phoebe Caulfield about how he wanted to be the catcher in the rye it made me realize that Holden was actually a moral person. Holden was a moral person deep down that had many problems growing up. Holden does have his strengths and his weaknesses but all he really wanted to do was to protect every kid possible from becoming like him.

Although Holden had all his troubles with his own coming of age it does not mean he was immoral. Holden was just caught up...

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