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The strange action done by his former teacher, caused Holden to leave flustered, in the middle of the night.
"No, you can't.."
"I want to come with you--"
Holden fantasizes about leaving home and pretend to be a deaf-mute so he doesn't have to deal with "stupid" conversations.
After writing a note to Phoebe to meet him at the museum, Holden visits and sees vandalism written on the wall. This depresses him, because he relates the museum to a constant symbol of childhood innocence.
“Don’t tell anybody anything. If you do, you start missing everybody”
Upon meeting at the museum, Holden tells Phoebe of his plans of leaving. Naturally, she wants to go with him, she begins to cry whenever Holden tells her no.
Holden takes Phoebe to the zoo. After looking at some animals, he brings her to a carousel. Watching her ride around, he suddenly feels and immense amount of happiness and cries.
At the end of the story, Holden explains what has become of him. The explanation is proof that even though he still holds some of the same problems he did through out the book, he is making great progress in becoming a happier person and applying himself in life.
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