Catcher in the Rye: Holden Caulfield viewpoint
In the novel The Catcher in the Rye by J.D. Salinger, the protagonist, Holden Caulfield thinks the world is an awful and also disappointing place. He recognizes every grownup as phonies or bastards as long as they have actually been touched the grown-up globe. He likes youngsters a lot more yet he saw the adults “tainting” the world the kids where it must come from those. All of this makes him estranges his own self. It eventually expands and that drives him cynical and also unhappy regarding this world.
During the football video game on Saturday, Holden didn’t rest with all various other student in his school rooting their group. Rather, he sit by himself on the top of Thomsen Hillside, as he states “You might see the entire field from there, as well as you might see the two groups bashing each various other everywhere. You can hear them all shouting” (5 ). He believes the reason he is resting and also seeing the video game on a hill is due to the fact that he simply returned from New york city with the secure fencing group, yet still, it’s just a justification that he alienates himself from all his classmates instead of integrating himself into the group.
He feels that his classmates are fake as well as their words are full of deceit. He is unwell of his classmates and he could not locate a buddy in the school. He is just being miserable because he intends to have some relationship like a typical student, but he simply couldn’t find any individual not being a phony.