Catcher in the Rye– Growing Up
In The Catcher in the Rye, by J. D. Salinger, Holden battles to grow up. He is in a huge city all by himself. The style of growth is shown at the end of the unique by Holden maturing and also entering into the adult years. The very first example that shows Holden is maturing is when he goes to Phoebe’s institution. He notices indecency on the walls and also it drives him crazy. Holden, then “rubbed it out. This suggests that Holden is developing since he does not desire Phoebe and also the various other youngsters to see blasphemy on the walls. Later on, at the Gallery of Art, Holden tells Phoebe that he is going to flee. Phoebe asks Holden to take her with him as well as Holden claims “You’re not going.” Holden wants what is best for her. He wants her to be risk-free at home with the family members. At the end, Holden and Phoebe go to the carousel. Holden enjoys when he sees Phoebe on the slide carousel. I was damn close to bawling, I really felt so damn delighted.” Holden has actually matured because he is seeing like a parent standing off sideways. He declines to get onto the slide carousel which shows he is growing up. He is not a child anymore. J. D. Salinger makes use of the style of growth in The Catcher in the Rye to reveal the procedure of going from childhood right into their adult years. Holden follows the lengthy path right into the adult years, yet he gets there in the end. He has actually matured ¬.