Catcher In The Rye
The book Catcher in the Rye, by J.D Salinger is one of his finest books in which he describes the characters so intensely. The main character, Holden Caulfield, is the most complex character in the book. His personality changes so frequently, which gives him countless character traits. The story begins when Holden is being kicked out of his prep school in Pennsylvania. He tells about his family and how his
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position, he demonstrates the need for maturity as well as the need for honesty and integrity.
With relation to the plot of the novel, Holden stands as a sort of anti-hero. He makes no large contributions to society, slays no dragons, and achieves no tangible goals. Instead, Holden can be seen as an existentialist hero. He gives himself the impractical task of aggressive society's phoniness, and in the end commits to that undertaking task wholeheartedly.