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The Catcher In The Rye

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Leticia Flame

on 27 July 2015

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Transcript of The Catcher In The Rye

a novel by J.D. Salinger
The Catcher In The Rye

Plot & Conflict
I sure do hate phonies, and girls, and movies, and
Holden vs Stradlater
Holden vs himSelf
led to
"All of a sudden, i decided what i'd really do, i'd get out of Pency-right that same night and all. I mean not wait until wednesday...I'd take a room in a hotel in New York." (Pg.51)
Holden Vs Nature
Holden vs Society
Holden & Phoebe
"It was too late to call up a cab or anything, so i walked the whole way to the station...it was cold...and the snow made it hard for walking" (Pg.53)
Anum Choudhry
Pencey Prep School
Agerstown, Pennsylvania
Phony school, false ads
Got expelled

Edmont Hotel
Dingy run down hotel
Perverts everywhere
Plans to stay at hotel for 3 days before going home

New York City
Hotel, bar, clubs, museum, park
Central Park
Museum of Natural History

Believes by traveling place to place he can escape the things he does not like

Holden Caulfield
The author chooses Central Park as one of the settings because it signifies that he cares about the ducks in the winter, he is their Catcher in the Rye.

Who is his Catcher in the Rye?

The author chooses The Museum of Natural History as one of the settings because it signifies how it never changes

The author chooses the Carousel

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