Some of us talked about his actions with Stradlater and Maurice. The people at the hotel. They can continue along in their innocence doing what they like, and Holden will be there to make sure that the one deadly boundary is not crossed. Antolini, Phoebe seems to recognize that Holden is his own worst enemy. Does that make me mentally ill? Later, Pareto discovered his principle was valid in other parts of his life, such as gardening. Spencer believes that life is a game, and also thinks that this is something Holden should know about, but Holden. The standard pie chart shows parts and their relationship to the whole.
Take a look at just a handful of these encounters: He invites Ackley along to the movies, but Ackley won't return the favor by letting Holden sleep in his roommate's bed. Of course, the abuse of alcohol is associated with depression and other undesirable outcomes. Holden himself r … epresents this contrast both with his half grey hair, and the fact that he is so intelligent yet acts so young. He has instances of introspection that helps him encompass a realization for his own livelihood. Holden wants to tell what happened over a two-day period the previous December, beginning on the Saturday afternoon of the traditional season-ending football game between his school, Pencey Prep, and Saxon Hall. The characters in The Catcher in the Rye play a diverse set of roles in the war between childhood and adulthood.
They are a form of vertical bar chart. Moreover, they do not know he is there to watch over them, godlike, unless they really need his help at the last moment. Part of Holden's collapse is due to his inability to come to terms with death. This shows how Holden does not think out his actions, which in turn hurts himself and others. The The irony of Holden detesting phoniness and adulthood is that he acts so much like an adult with his curiosity and experience with alcohol and sex that he misses his own opposition. You don't like a million things.
He is attracted to the trappings of adulthood: booze, cigarettes, the idea of sex, and a kind of independence. Holden also does not ever figure out his views on sex. Holden never wants to become an adult therefore he never wants to have sex. In the beginning, Holden makes numerous wrong decisions. The only character's in the novel he identifies with are Allie and Phoebe, both young and immature.
He considers it naive because these people think that they are getting somewhere with this, in his opinion they are not actually. He also never figures out his views on sex. According to Bennett, Briggs, and Triola 2003 there are two types of data. Pie Chart Excellent use of section headings! This shows that Holden is both fascinated and disgusted with sex. Throughout the novel, Holden is extending an arm to those who need it, but often not getting one in return. And besides, I don't think I could ever do it with somebody that sits in a stupid movie all day long.
His own experience shows that he has not spent his money on things that have brought relief of his pain, and whatever hope he had at the time of spending is dashed in the realization that it has not made him feel better. As the name describes, this is done by representing the numerical equivalence of each part as a piece of the whole pie, which in total equates to 100%. Think about his experience at the museum. Hartzell, the English teacher, think that phonies and actors because they take on a different persona. Salinger never uses any words or images to make this absolute. Holden also constantly lies to people throughout the book, which shows his immaturity.
His interactions with the prostitute Sunny are comic as well as touching, partly because they are both adolescents trying to be adults. This is not something he would advise, however, because the closeness and trust involved in this genuine act not only will one day be lost, but also will show that one does not have this closeness or trust with others. Phoebe stands more of a guide for me in the book and her judgments were greatly trusted because she understands her brother and his needs. I know it's crazy, but that's the only thing I'd really like to be. And then sometimes, he's indifferent and objective to the notion, like when he sits in the freezing cold park after looking for the ducks and wonders what his family would think and what his funeral would be like if he got pneumonia and died.
He faces a lot of struggles that will make his future difficult and maybe, unrealizable. Society and his own body are telling him that it is time for him to change. No figures are given for mobile or online games in that year. Holden is depressed and does not want to deal with his problems. And also useful protection against drowning, go figure. When Holden has interactions with people they usually wind up only taking something from him. Holden's second problem, he says, is that when he's fooling around with a girl and she suggests they stop, he actually … stops.
Holden then does not do anything with her because he is nervous and it does not seem right to him. Then when Holden gets to the hotel Maurice offers Holden a hooker and he accepts. Holden sees through phoniness while others accept it. Some students in class pointed to the different items that Holden offers to others. What I really felt like, though, was committing suicide.