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The Catcher in the Rye
Transcript of The Catcher in the Rye
Marty, Bernice, and Laverne On and off girlfriend,
Sally Hayes Sister, Phoebe Caulfield Mr. and Mrs. Antolini It is here where Holden seems to make a bit of a personality change as he thoughtfully decides to buy his sister a record, Little Shirley Beans. Rockerfeller Rockerfeller Center Ice Rink A portrayal of Holden's confusion can be found here. Museum of Natural History Holden happily reflects on the many days spent here during his childhood, foreshadowing an event that occurs at the end of the book. Ducks at Central Park Lagoon Holden is constantly thinking about these ducks saying, "I was wondering where the ducks went when the lagoon got all icy and frozen over. I wondered if some guy came in a truck and took them away to a zoo or something. Or if they just flew away" (Salinger 13). This is a main example in showing the fact that Holden has not quite grown up. Holden stays at the Antolini household for a brief period of time. Mr. Antolini talks to him about life and seems to open up the blinded teenager's eyes to world. Mr. and Mrs. Antolini's apartment I felt so damn happy, if you wan't to know the truth. I don't know why. [But] God, I wish you could've been there"(Salinger 213). It all takes place at the carousel and as it spins round and round, Holden's worries slowly drift away ...and Maurice her pimp It is here where Holden seems to have a bit of a drinking problem THE END "I knew it would knock old Phoebe out.." (Salinger 114). "if you want to know the truth, I don't even know why I started all that stuff with her. I mean about going away somewhere, to Massachusetts and Vermont and all. I probably wouldn't've taken her even if she'd wanted to go with me. She wouldn't have been anybody to go with. The terrible part, though, is that I meant it when I asked her. That's the terrible part. I swear to God I'm a madman" (Salinger 134).