The main character of the book is Holden Caulfield, he is also the narrator of the book but he is not very specific about where he is telling this story. The book's title is of great importance. It is the title that summarizes the book in a few words and in this case, it is The Catcher in the rye. The beginning of the book is pretty good. You quickly get a picture of what is happening and the surroundings and the whole aura. The book takes place at both his school and in New York City. The Pencey prep school is Holden’s fourth school and he is at the time failing four out of five classes and he has received a notice of that he is being expelled from the school but he has no plans of returning home to New York. It is very clear from the beginning that life isn’t going as it is supposed to do for Holden Caulfield.
The main character of the book is Holden Caulfield a 17 year old boy from New York City telling his story. At the begging of Holden’s story, he is 16 years old. Holden tells his story from a mental hospital, Holden is out of shape because of the large number of cigarettes he smokes. His general health is very poor and he is alternately depressed, confused, angry, anxious, perceptive, bigoted, resentful, thoughtful, kind, and horny. To put it simply, Holden is really struggling. I like the main character Holden but sometimes it is hard to read about him struggling and in a way torturing himself. Throughout the story, Holden both struggles and accomplishes to interact with different characters. Some Characters are Stradlater(his roommate), Ackley(dorm neighbor), Mr.Antaloni (Holdens favorite teacher), Mr. Spencer (teacher who tries to give Holden advice), Sally (on and of date), Jane (Holdens crush who is dating Stradlater), Phoebe (Holdens sister and Soul mate), D.B. (Holdens older brother living in Hollywood, Allie (Holdens younger brother who died when he was 11), Maurice (pimp working at the Edmonton hotel), Sunny (prostitute which Holden hires)
The Catcher in the Rye, a novel by J. D. Salinger, is about the life of a seventeen- year-old boy called Holden Caulfield. His story begins at Pencey Prep, a school he's been kicked out of for flunking almost all of his subjects. After having a fight with his roommate, Stradler, he leaves Pencey Prep a few days early and decides not to go straight home. Along his way, he meets former teachers, old friends, his younger sister, and many others. The book has both internal and external conflicts where the external conflicts lead to Holden’s internal conflict which is his poor mental health.
I for one like the consummation as a result of its pertinence to the remainder of the story and the title. The completion begins this way. Monday morning, Holden orchestrates to meet Phoebe for lunch. He intends to bid farewell and head west where he plans to live as a hard of hearing quiet. She demands to leave with him, and he at last consents to remain. Holden's story closes with Phoebe riding a merry go round in the downpour as Holden watches. In the last section, Holden is at the asylum in California. He wouldn't like to reveal to us anymore. Actually, the entire story has just made him miss individuals, even the rascals. The tale extends the account of a kid who is caught between the two periods of his life youthfulness and adulthood. Holden Caulfield doesn't put stock in his folks or instructors, which implies he felt that grown-ups are not dependable individuals. They can make issues from numerous points of view however never fathom them. Be that as it may, he depended on his younger sibling at whatever point he was in trouble. I would completely prescribe this book to another person my age.