The Catcher in the Rye; Depression and Sadness Theme
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Holden's Breakdown in the Garage after Allies death of Leukimia, tremandous.
"'I was only thirteen, and they were going to have me psychoanalyzed and all, because I broke all the windows in the garage'".
Scene 1:olden's desription of lonliness while trying to sleep in his dorm. A drepressed and sad state of mind that hits Holden out of nowhere.
"'It was even depressing out in the street. You couldn't even hear any cars any more. I got feeling so lonesome and rotten, I even felt like waking Ackley up'".
Scene 2:Holden's Lonliness and sadness state of mind hitting again since the hotel trigered this terrible state of mind. Thinking about Jane because he likes her and to keep him sane and a little happy.
"'She'd never met Allie or anything, because that was her first summer in Maine--before that, she went to Cape Cod--but I told her quite a lot about him'".
A difficult, hurtful, challenging, or disappointing event, experience, or situation. As well as abnormal emotional state, a mental illness that affects our thinking, emotions, perceptions, and behaviors in pervasive and chronic ways.
Holden explains and describes his moment with his roomate Stradlater, embarrassing and weird and inapropiate, what Stradlater was doing with a girl in their room. This scene is happening in the middle of the night while Holden is trying to sleep.
Holden's thinking to himself about Jane and comes to mind that she never met Allie while he's going downstairs of the hotel he's staying at.
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