Examples Of Lack Of Communication In Catcher In The Rye

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The author of Catcher in the Rye is seeking to express, that a lack of communication skills amongst one’s self and others, is a key burden, if not taught and developed as a youth. If not taught at a young age to a kid, damning effects will ensue upon his or her’s life. The lack of communication skills will result in depression, trouble and loneliness. All of these traits were indeed exposed by Holden Caulfield, because of his lack for communication skills. Lack of communication is present throughout the entire book, along with the repercussions that ensue. Holden’s recluse social skills and personality result in his loneliness. Examples from the novel displaying Holden’s lack of friends includes when Holden stated, “Anyway, it was the Saturday
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