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Anton R. -The Hunting Hat- Period 7

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Neil Sullivan

on 19 May 2014

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Transcript of Anton R. -The Hunting Hat- Period 7

Holden's Hat: The Hunting Hat and Isolation
What theme does the hat represent?
"He'd smacked my lip right on my teeth, and it was pretty sore. My earls were nice and warm, though. That hat I bought had earlaps in it, and I put them on-I didn't give a damn how I looked. Nobody was around anyway" (Salinger 53)
Passage 1
Analysis
- Background:
-After Fight
- Isolation by Leaving
-"Licking his Wounds"
Thanks For Your Attention!
- Background
-Taxi
- Isolating Himself With the Hat
-Unfriendly With the Taxi Driver
Analysis
Passage 2
"We got to the Edmont Hotel, and I checked in. I'd put on my red hunting cap when I was in the cab, just for the hell of it, but I took it off before I checked in. I didn't want to look like a screwball or something." (Salinger 61)
"There was hardly any snow on the sidewalks. But it was freezing cold, and I took my red hunting hat out of my pokcet and put it on- I didn't give a damn how I looked. I even put the earlaps down" (Salinger 88)
Passage 3
Analysis
- Background
- Just Left "Eddie's"
- Isolating himself from others by walking
- Protection against nature
" I took my old hunting hat out of my pocket while I walked, and put it on. I knew I wouldn't meet anybody that knew me, and it was pretty damp out." (Salinger 122)
Passage 4
Passage 2
Analysis
-Background
- Thinking About Museum Visits
- Protection From Elements
- Retreat to the self
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