The Catcher in the Rye: And the Dangers of Isolation

It is normal to want to get away from all of the problems of the world, but it is not normal to want to be completely isolated from people. Holden Caulfield wanted to have no human contact what so ever, and that is not normal. Throughout the book, The Catcher in the Rye, Holden expresses a rebellious attitude toward the world, and this rebellious attitude comes from his infatuation with being alone. He separates himself from the world because he has not yet found himself and is searching.

Do you remember Catcher in the Rye? In this essay, Jackson Hern a college student in Idaho explains the dangers of isolation that are presented in the book, "Catcher in the Rye." Check it out today!

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Bebadra Nayaka

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