Question: English & Literature

explain the irony found on in chapter 9
In English & Literature | Asked by pancha
Asked from the The Catcher in the Rye study pack

It is completely ironic that Holden despises (or says he hates) materialistic, phony people, and yet, that's exactly who he surrounds himself with. Also, he condemns his former roomates because of their sexual antics, and yet, when he checks into the hotel he isn't any better than they are. He is a hypocrite at every turn.

MHood2 | 1570 days ago