The Catcher in the Rye, By J.D. Salinger Holden "Trapped in Adolescence"
Trapped in Adolescence
In James Bryan's essay, "The Psychological Structure of the Catcher in the Rye," he says, "Holden will forever be trapped in a state of adolescence due to the trauma of his brother's death." I agree with this statement and I think that James Bryan is absolutely right. Holden still thinks about his brother a lot because he loved him so much. Allie died on June 18, 1946, when Holden was about thirteen.
For example, at the beginning of the book Holden had to write a paper for his roommate Stradlater. He was supposed to write a paper describing a house or a room, but…
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