"The Catcher in the Rye" by J.D.Salinger
(Why Holden should belong in a resthome)
Holden's many physocological problems are a reason for him to be in a rest home. He lives in a fantasy world, therefore he can't think normally like other people.
One reason for Holden to be in a resthome was when he got the idea to go away, act like a deaf-mute and have a job at a gas station. He thought if the people think he can't hear or speak they will have to write notes to him, but after a while they would get tired of that and wont talk to him. He would say goodby to his sister Phoebe. …
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