catcher in the rye storyboard

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  • this story board is going to explain the theme of childhood and growing up in "The Catcher In the Rye."
  • In the story holden displays a challenge finding his place and growing up. He feels like he is disconnected from being a child and throughout the story he finds different ways to cope with slowly losing his innocence.
  • Scene 1: Escort of Phoebe?
  • "She used to be a burlesque stripper or something. Anyway I went over to the phone and gave her a buzz." (Salinger 63).
  • "While i was changing my shirt, i damn near gave my kid sister Phoebe a buzz, though"(Salinger 66).
  • Scene 2: Should I stay or should I go?
  • "Yeah I said it i mean it too." (Salinger 212).
  • "Did you really mean what you said? You really aren't going anywhere? Are you really going home afterwards? (Salinger 212)
  • Holden thinks that as a child we get lost in ourselves while trying to find our self. No one really gets the opportunity to grow up they just get thrown into it. Adulthood is very phony to Holden.
  • Holden is unsure of what he wants at his age and wants to commit adult actions but doesn't want to let go of his childhood.
  • Holden realizes at this point that the answer to all of his problems was not to run away but to just be the bigger person at this point. He has to be a big brother to Phoebe.
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