Catcher in the rye
Central Park Lake is important in terms of symbol. This element is important to this setting because Holden realizes that the ducks don't have a home when it's winter. He starts to wonder, what if he ends up without a home.
Holden's home is important in terms of internal conflict. This element is important to this setting because Holden is debating if he should go home and visit Phoebe even though he might see his parents.
The Wicker Bar is important in terms of conflict. This is important to this setting because Holden didn't know whether to call either Jane or Sally.
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