The Cather in the Rye, by J.D. Salinger Holden, "Relationships, Intimacy, and Sexuality"
Relationships, Intimacy, & Sexuality
I think that Holden is very afraid of sex and that maybe he doesn't even like girls. Perhaps he just pretends to like girls so that no one makes fun of him. I have many reasons as to why I think this. For example, Sunny, the prostitute, says, "Let's go, hey." Holden responds, "Don't you feel like talking for a while?"(p.95). Holden gets a prostitute and he pays for her but he does not even have sex with her. He makes really terrible excuses such as, "The thing is, I had an operation very recently."(p.96). He just lies so that he does not have…
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