Analysis Of Catcher In The Rye By J. D. Salinger

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No kid can be a kid forever, some take longer to grow up and some take longer to accept the fact that innocence does not last forever. J.D Salinger portrays this idea in the novel the Catcher in the Rye as he writes about a boy named Holden who ventures through obstacles trying to save other youths innocence. Holden does not realize it but he is truly scared of growing up and entering the adult world and he try to protect the people around him from losing their innocence, but soon gains an understanding that innocence will be lost, this is demonstrated through the record, the cliffs and the carousel from the novel. Holden's understanding that innocence will be lost starts when he buys a record for Phoebe, his younger sister,

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