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The insensitivity/cruelty of the modern world.
Can one person change the corrupted world? It seems impossible for one person to shoulder all the evil out there. In J.D. Salinger's "The Catcher in the Rye" the protagonist struggles to live in this world. It takes most the novel before Holden begins to realize that he is helpless to stop this corruption. Holden feels that he is just a teenager in the large world, and everyone else besides him is a phoney. Holden wants to avoid the cruelty of the world because he feels it would destroy him. Holden feels world creates phonies, alienates people, and he is incapable of living with its const…
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- The insensitivity/cruelty of the modern world.
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