The Catcher in the Rye Essay | Student Essay

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Parallels between "Catcher in the Rye" and "Teddy"

Summary: Essay analyzes, compares, and contrasts the two stories of "Catcher in the Rye" and "Teddy."
Upon reading both "Teddy" and Catcher in the Rye one could find endless parallels between the two. The author, J.D Salinger, creates stories with such analogous plots and characters that one can't help but further explore the similarities. Throughout these stories the two main characters, Teddy and Holden, exhibit likeness in their conflict with society, relationships with their parents, and their distinctive appearance.

Upon being introduced to Teddy and Holden it is quite apparent that neither are average in terms of their perception of the world around them and therefore they are in a continuous conflict with society. Holden's trouble with society is his immaturity and inability to conform to what is socially acceptable. He is constantly saying and doing odd thing while at the same time seeking acceptance. For example he wears a red hunting hat backwards around...

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