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Catcher in the rye

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S: Catcher in the rye

BC: Holden scrapbook | " Lifes Tough "

FC: the Catcher in the Rye Scrap book | By : Daley Matias

1: Holden hat symbolizes him as an indivial instead of being like everyone else . Holden uses the hat as a secertiy blanket to tell him self he is differnt from the "phonies" But strangely holden doesnt wear the hat in public

2: Holden fascination with ducks was a deeper meaning . Holden was so concerned with the ducks because he wanted to know where they go after the pond freezes , but he really wanted to know were he goes and what his future holds for him .

3: Holden played with Jane checkers . Jane always kept her kings in the back row which sybolized her innonce . The checkers sybolized not wanting to move forward

4: Holden had this baseball mitt , that belonged to his dead brother allie . Holden kept this cause it had allie poems all over it , it was served as memorys to holden because he knew how allie loved writing . | The museum represents holdens past with phoebe. It reminded him of when he used to go to the museum with his class, now phoebes going with her class ,it like things never change .

5: Holden came across these tickets when escaping to newyork when he was kicked out of pency . They represent him leaving to a new destination | Bus tickets to new york

6: Phoebe symbolises for holden innonce , a innonce that holden admires and tries to desperately to perserve . Also phoebe sumbolize mature because of he advice she goves holden throughout the story , even sometimes more mature then holden | Phoebe

7: The carousel's gold ring symbolizes not growing up . The carousel moves in circles , which means not moving from youth, which holden tries to escape from in the story | Carousel's golden ring

8: It represents Holden's inability to prevent the loss of innocence in others. The taunting nature of the phrase represents his own inability to protect himself from the trials of adulthood. | Graffiti on school walls

9: The "Little Shirley Beans" record represents childhood and Holden wants to give it to Phoebe because he wants her to stay a child forever. The record plays the same song and never changes, just as how he does not want Phoebe to change, and the breaking of the record symbolizes the problem in Holden's plan and how he cannot actually keep her a child forever.

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  • Title: Catcher in the rye
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  • Published: about 7 years ago