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The Catcher in the Rye Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 25 Summary

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Chapter 25 Summary

Holden takes the subway to Grand Central Station and sleeps for several hours. When he wakes up, he thinks about Mr. Antolini and wonders if he should have gone back to his house. He starts to think that the teacher might have been innocently touching him. He also thinks about the good things Mr. Antolini has done. There is a magazine on the bench beside him. He reads a couple of articles that convince him there is something wrong with his hormones and he might have cancer. He tries to eat doughnuts for breakfast, but feels unable to swallow.

He goes outside and starts walking down Fifth Avenue. As he walks, he thinks that he is going to fall down and no one will ever see him again. He starts to speak to his brother, Allie, begging him not to let him disappear. He decides he will...

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