Depression- The Catcher in the Rye
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"'I don't get hardly anything out of anything. I'm in bad shape. I'm in lousy shape.'" (Salinger 131).
Scene 1: Holden is upset and talks to himself
"What i did, I started talking sort of out loud, to Allie. I do that some times when I get very depressed" (Salinger 110).
Scene 2: Holden upsets Sally because he is upset
"Boy did she hit the ceiling. I apologized like a madman, but she wouldn't accept my apology. She was even crying" (Salinger 148).
Holden gets upset throughout the whole story because he is always struggling with himself mentally.
Holden talks to 'Allie' because he feels upset and depressed about almost everything.
Holden upsets the people around him because he is not in good moods at all in the book.
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