The Catcher In The Rye:Holden's Journey
By yanique, Updated
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Holden's house is important in terms of conflict (Internal Conflict). This element is important to this setting because Holden had to choose between going to his house to see Pheabe and risk seeing his parents or not seeing Pheabe and avoid seeing his parents.
Should I Go In To See Pheabe Or Not And Avoid My Parents???
central Park Lake is important in terms of symbol. This element is important to this setting because Holden kept wondering where the ducks go after the lake turns into ice---he wondered if he will always have a home to return to.
The Edmont Hotel is important in terms of mood. This element is important to this setting because it gives the readers and Holden a disgusting yet amusing mood.
The Penn Station is important in terms of unreliable narrator. This element is important to this setting because Holden met one of his schoolmates mother while heading back to New York on the train and he lied to her about his name---what other simple elements could he have lied about in the book?
Pencey Prep is important in terms of motivation. This is because Holden realized that Stradlater didn't care much about Jane and was motivated to pick a fight with him because he, Holden, cares a lot about her, Jane.
The Phone booth is important in terms of conflict (Internal conflict). This element is important to this setting because Holden was trying to figure out whether he should call Jane, the girl he knew from childhood and knows so much about, or Sally, the girl who he could have adult conversations with but barley knows.
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