"Catcher in the Rye", it describes the character Holden Caulfield shows the world with the true side of him.
When I met Holden Caulfield, my first impression was "And he just now started talking to a therapist?!" He comes off as eccentric, pessimistic, and just plain strange. I started to wonder how any person this different from me, who seems to find life pointless, could ever be related to me. But as I continued to read on, I realized he's merely holding open the feelings most of us try to repress for the whole world to see.
Holden is a simple seventeen year old, about 6 feet, partially grey-haired, and horribly skinny. He's also considered a total outcast. In a nutshell, he's the kind of guy y…
- "Catcher in the Rye", it describes the character Holden Caulfield shows the world with the true side of him.
- Representations of Masculinity and Femininity in Miguel Street, the character in the book by V.S. Naipaul
- The character of Dr. Alexandre Manette in A Tale Of Two Cities
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